Talks and Presentations
3/30/21 - John Haldon: Introductory lecture for the Environmental History Lamb, Program in Medieval Studies, Princeton University: “Causation and Correlation in historical-environmental study: problems and perspectives”
3/26-29/21 - CCHRI team members Warren Eastwood, Hugh Elton, John Haldon, Adam Izdebski, Lee Mordechai and Tim Newfield, Jordan Pickett, Neil Roberts and Tina Sessa all gave talks in the conference Nature and the Environment: The 53rd Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, Birmingham UK
3/24/21 - John Haldon: Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research, lecture on “Climate, environment and society: notes on correlation and causation”
3/5/21 - Lee Mordechai and Merle Eisenberg: “Pandemics and Catastrophe: The Justinianic Plague and the Origins of the Middle Ages” (in the History Department of the College of Staten Island CUNY Lecture series)
3/5/21 - John Haldon: Seminar presentation, Department of Classics and Religion, University of Calgary, Canada: “St Theodore, Euchaïta and Anatolia, c. 500-1000 CE.
Landscape, climate and the survival of an empire”
1/28/21 - Lee Mordechai: “Towards more advanced analogies and historical inference in environment-society research: Can we learn from the past?” (in Changing Climate conference, Israel)
Merle Eisenberg and Lee Mordechai's Infectious Historians Podcast (running)
John Haldon in the BBC Podcast “In Our Time: History. The plague of Justinian"
Talks and Presentations - 2020 and earlier:
3/3/20 - John Haldon: Lecture for the Program in Medieval Studies, Princeton University: “Historical change, archaeology and environment: examples from the East Roman/Byzantine world”
12/4/19 - John Haldon: Lecture in the Kollegforschergruppe Migration und Mobilität in Spätantike und Frühmittelalter, University of Tübingen: “St Theodore, Euchaïta and Anatolia, c. 500-1000: Landscape, climate and the survival of an empire”
11/15/19 - John Haldon: Lecture in the Kollegforschergruppe Migration und Mobilität in Spätantike und Frühmittelalter, University of Tübingen: “Remarks on history, environment and climate in Byzantine Anatolia: Comments on a complex landscape or, some thoughts on environmental-historical research”
6/24/19 - John Haldon: Keynote lecture, Fifth International Sevgi Gönül Byzantine Studies Symposium, Istanbul, June 2019, Byzantine Anatolia: Space and Communities: “The climate of survival? Some remarks on environment, climate and society in Byzantine Anatolia, ca. 600-1050”