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Date Participants Location Event
01.12.2014 - 03.12.2014 Mihailo Popovć Österreichische Tage der digitalen Geisteswissenschaften, Vienna Digitising Patterns of Power (DPP) – Peripherical Mountains in the Medieval World
12.01.2015 Mihailo Popovć, Johannes Preiser-Kapeller, Katharina Winckler Institute for Medieval Research of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna "Hauskolloquium": Digitising Patterns of Power (DPP) – Peripherical Mountains in the Medieval World
04.05.2015 Mihailo Popovć Austrian Academy of Sciences, Workshop, Vienna Workshop Digitising Patterns of Power (DPP): Altslawische Urkunden des Mittelalters – eine bekannte schriftliche Quellengruppe neu betrachtet
28.09.2015 - 29.09.2015 Mihailo Popovć, David Schmid Austrian Academy of Sciences, Workshop, Vienna Workshop "Migrationes gentium". "Völkerwanderungen" als historiographischer und ethnographischer Topos von der Antike bis zur Gegenwart: Vlachen – umtriebige Nachbarn?: Zwei Fallstudien des Projektes „Digitising Patterns of Power (DPP)“ zum byzantinischen Makedonien im 14. Jahrhundert
27.10.2015 Mihailo Popovć Princeton University, USA PIIRS Climate and History Initiative: Digitising Patterns of Power in Macedonia (12th-14th C.): What do Nomads, Pasture, Camels and Hydrography Have in Common?
18.11.2015 - 20.11.2015 Mihailo Popovć Athens Lire les Archives de l’Athos. Colloque dédié au 70e anniversaire de la collection Archives de l’Athos: Digitising Patterns of Power (DPP): Documents from the Archives de l’Athos as Mirror of the Economic Activity in Macedonia (13th-14th C.)
30.11.2015 - 02.12.2015 Mihailo Popovć Digital Humanities Austria Conference 2015, Vienna Digitising Patterns of Power (DPP) – Peripherical Mountains in the Medieval World
24.02.2016 26.02.2016 Mihailo Popovć Istituto Storico Germanico, Rome The Crisis of the 14th Century: “Teleconnections” between Environmental and Societal Change?: Did the Little Ice Age have an Observable Impact on the Southern Balkan Peninsula in the First Half of the 14th Century?
06.04.2016 Johannes Preiser-Kapeller Princeton University, USA Digitising Patterns of Power (DPP) – Peripherical Mountains in the Medieval World
05.07.2016 Mihailo Popović University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 503: "Digitising Patterns of Power, I: Lordship, Landscape, and Agriculture in Medieval Mountain Regions"
paper: "No Camels in Medieval Macedonia?: Evidence on Farm, Grazing, and Pack Animals"
05.07.2016 Katharina Winckler University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 503: "Digitising Patterns of Power, I: Lordship, Landscape, and Agriculture in Medieval Mountain Regions"
paper: "The Wine and the Bishop: Bavarian Sees and Their Distant Property"
05.07.2016 Johannes Preiser-Kapeller University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 503: "Digitising Patterns of Power, I: Lordship, Landscape, and Agriculture in Medieval Mountain Regions"
paper: "The Feeding of the 5000: Artificial Irrigation and Agriculture in Early Medieval Armenia"
05.07.2016 Stefan Eichert University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 603: "Digitising Patterns of Power, II: Frontier, Contact Zone, or No Man's Land? - The Morava-Thaya Region from the Early to the High Middle Ages"
paper: "GIS-Analyses on Economical Hinterland of Settlements in the Morava-Thaya Region"
05.07.2016 Nina Brundke University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 603: "Digitising Patterns of Power, II: Frontier, Contact Zone, or No Man's Land? - The Morava-Thaya Region from the Early to the High Middle Ages"
paper: "Feast or Femine at Oberleiserberg, Austria: An Archeological and Anthropoloical Approach on the Nutrition Situation of a 10th- and 11th-Century Population"
05.07.2016 Petr Dresler University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 603: "Digitising Patterns of Power, II: Frontier, Contact Zone, or No Man's Land? - The Morava-Thaya Region from the Early to the High Middle Ages"
paper: "The Subsistence Strategy on the Border: Between Early and High Middle Ages, between Moravia and Lower Austria"
05.07.2016 David Schmid University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 703: "Digitising Patterns of Power, III: Flocks, Farms, and Frontiers"
paper: "The Vlachs in Medieval Macedonia: Restless Nomadic Neighbours?"
05.07.2016 Bernhard Koschicek University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 703: "Digitising Patterns of Power, III: Flocks, Farms, and Frontiers"
paper: "How to Grasp Restless Nomadic Neighbours in Computer Science: A Case Study on Prilep"
05.07.2016 Ekaterini Mitsiou University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 703: "Digitising Patterns of Power, III: Flocks, Farms, and Frontiers"
paper: "Between Conflict and Symbiosis: Sedentary and Nomadic Communities across the 12th-13th-Century Byzantine-Turkish Frontier"
05.07.2016 Markus Breier University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congressy
Session 803: "Digitising Patterns of Power, IV: Reconstructing Historical Landscapes - Conceptualization , Mapping, and Geocommunication"
paper: "Cartographic Representation of Spatial and Temporal Uncertainty of Historical Data"
05.07.2016 Alexander Pucher University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 803: "Digitising Patterns of Power, IV: Reconstructing Historical Landscapes - Conceptualization , Mapping, and Geocommunication"
paper: "Beyond the Google Map Marker: Visualizing Space and Time in a Historical Context"
05.07.2016 Alexander Watzinger and Christof Rauchenberger University of Leeds, UK IMC - International Medieval Congress
Session 803: "Digitising Patterns of Power, IV: Reconstructing Historical Landscapes - Conceptualization , Mapping, and Geocommunication"
paper: "Relational Modeling of Historical Data: A Technical Perspective"
22.08.2016 Mihailo Popović Belgrade, Serbia 23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies,
Special Session 1:
Instrumenta Studiorum on "Historical Geography"
24.08.2016 Johannes Preiser-Kapeller Belgrade, Serbia 23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies,
Round table "Food, Environment and Landscape in Byzantium"
paper: "Climate, Ecology and Power in the Armenian Highlands, 7th-11th Cent."
24.08.2016 Mihailo Popović Belgrade, Serbia 23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies,
Round table "Food, Environment and Landscape in Byzantium"
paper: "Grasping Byzantine Waterways in the Southern Balkans on the Basis of Mediaeval Textual Evidence, Early Modern Cartography and Contemporary Surveying"
25.08.2016 Mihailo Popović Belgrade, Serbia 23rd International Congress of Byzantine Studies,
Round table "Historical Geography" as Convener
title: "Historical Geography of Byzantium in the 21st Century: New Methods and Theories"
28.09.2016 - 29.09.2016 DPP Team OEAW, Vienna, AUT International Workshop Digitising Patterns of Power: Theory and Practice
21.10.2016 Johannes Preiser-Kapeller Halle, Germany The Archaeological Conference of Central Germany "Migration and Integration from Prehistory to the Middle Ages"
paper: Between Bosporus and Samarkand. Elites and migration in the early medieval Caucasus (7th-10th cent.)
23.11.2016 Mihailo Popović Budapest, Hungary Byzanz und das Abendland
paper: The Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, the Archbishopric of Ohrid and Medieval Hungary
25.11.2016 Mihailo Popović Sofia, Bulgaria St. Clement of Ohrid in the Culture of Europe
paper: Remembering Sanctity in Macedonia during WW I: the Saints Cyril, Methodius, Clement and Naum
02.12.2016 Mihailo Popović Vienna, Austria Language Multiplicity in Byzantium: Words—Texts—Contexts
paper: Two Empires Competing in Words and Deeds: Byzantine and Serbian Charters on Identical Territories in Byzantine Macedonia
29.03.2017 Johannes Preiser-Kapeller Vienna, Austria Austrian Armenian Studies Society
paper: Vom Hindukusch zum Kaukasus. Mobile Eliten und Migration in al-Armīniya unter frühislamischer Herrschaft (7.-10. Jh.)
05.05.2017 - 06.05.2017 Johannes Preiser-Kapeller Princeton University, USA The Climate and History Initiative annual Colloquium: Vulnerability and Resilience - From Catastrophe to Complexity in the Premodern Mediterranean and the Pre-Columbian Americas
paper: The Gift of Queen Semiramis. Resilience and dynamics of patterns of irrigation and land use in the late antique and medieval South Caucasus
09.05.2017 Mihailo Popović Leipzig, Germany Lecture Series: "Material Culture in Byzantium and the Medieval West"
paper: Migrierende Bilder im Interkonfessionellen Raum - Eine Fallstudie zu Süditalien und dem Serbischen Küstenland
19.05.2017 Mihailo Popović Uppsala, Sweden From the Human Body to the Universe
paper: Landscapes, Settlements and Historical Geography – a Case Study on Byzantine Macedonia