Syllabi - Topic: Eastern Orthodoxy - 5 resultsSelect an item by clicking its checkbox
A 1998 course by Timothy Gregory at Ohio State University "covers the history of the Byzantine Empire from the end of Iconoclasm (843) to the fall of Constantinople to the Ottoman Turks (1453)."
A 1997 course by Timothy Gregory at Ohio State University traces "the transformation of the ancient world and the emergence of a distinctly medieval Byzantine civilization."
A course by Jaroslav Skira at the University of Toronto offers a "comprehensive synthesis of primarily the Byzantine Orthodox doctrinal tradition."
A course by Stephen Shoemaker at the University of Oregon covers "the history of Eastern Christianity from the fall of Constantinople in the 15th century until the fall of European Communism in the late 20th."
A course by Jaroslav Skira at the University of Toronto surveys the " history of the iconoclastic controversy and ecumenical councils, especially for the development of christology. History of early Christian art and icons."