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This is regrettable since they antedate by several decades the works of Chrétien de Troyes, the French father of the European novel.
Building on recent work which has begun to rehabilitate these texts, this book marks the first English translation of all four texts in one volume, placing them and their writers in their literary and historical contexts and opening up their world to all those interested in the novel and in European medieval literature. Find further details about this series at [ ] Dates for Birmingham Symposium 2013 46th Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, University of Birmingham, 23-25th March, 2013 Theme: Symposiarch: Dr Archie Dunn [ ] House of St. Macrina You might like to know that it is still not too late to apply to the House of St Gregory and St Macrina (1 Canterbury Road) for residence next yea.Quite a number of Byz graduate students have lived there in the past and also this year – it offers comfortable, warm rooms plus catering facilities at reasonable rates, and a friendly environment. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS Call for Applications: CEMS POST-DOCTORAL PROGRAM The Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies (CEMS) at Central European University (CEU), Budapest, Hungary invites applications to its short-term post-doctoral fellowship scheme for the academic year 2012/13, in the framework of an ongoing project on “The Southern Caucasus and its Neighbours, c.300–1600.” The scheme targets young international researchers of any discipline of the humanities and social sciences working within the historical, geographical, and chronological framework of the project (loosely defined).E-mail the Warden, Rebecca White, for information ([email protected]). Successful applicants are expected to pursue their own research and to contribute to academic life at CEU, especially at the Center for Eastern Mediterranean Studies; they will be encouraged to share their expertise with CEU’s vibrant graduate student community.They may choose to become affiliated with the newly established CEU Institute for Advanced Study (CEU-IAS) during their stay at CEU.The program targets researchers with a focus on Caucasian, Late Antique, Byzantine, Islamic, Ottoman, and/or Medieval studies, who have obtained their doctorate during the last seven years.An interdisciplinary research project will be an advantage.