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Problems in the Early History of Liturgy

Convener

James Sabak
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Community
11401 Leesville Road
Raleigh, NC 27613
[email protected]

 

Mission Statement

Our mission is to study issues in Christian and Jewish liturgical history..

 

2018 Academy Meeting Agenda

Friday, January 5
10:00 AM
Stefanos Alexopoulos   Introduction-Agenda

10:30 AM
Ruth Langer   Rabbinic Prayer and the Popular Synagogue

11:30 AM
Harald Buchinger   Encyclopedic Entries: Liturgy, Greek and Latin Patristics, and Liturgical Books

1:30 PM
Vitaly Permiakov and Daniel Galadza   Rites Without Rubrics: Aspects of the Celebration of the Liturgy of St. James in Antiquity and Its Modern Reception

2:00 PM
Mark Schuler   A Chalcedonian Move? Sixth-Century Modifications to the Churches of Hippos Palaistinēs

2:30 PM
Ramez Mikhail   Increasing Clericalization in the Coptic Liturgy. The Case of the Prothesis

4:00 PM
Martin Lüstraeten  TBA

4:30 PM
Charles Cosgrove  Women's Unbound Hair in Ancient Christian Baptism

5:00 PM Laborius Lumma  What do we know about the Compline psalms in the Rule of the Master?

Saturday, January 6
9:00 AM
Anne McGowan   Principles and Practices of Early Liturgy: An Orientation for Students

9:30 AM
Lizette Larson-Miller TBA

10:00 AM
Dominic Serra   Baptismal Fonts of Rome and the Suburbicarian Sees

10:30 AM
James Sabak   Impeding the Body-Dynamic: Restrictions on the Manner of Celebrating Martyrs’ Vigils in Ancient Roman Practice

11:00 AM
Stephanie VanSlyke TBA

11:30 AM
Mark Morozowich TBA

1:30 PM
Marie-Ange Rakotoniaina   The Baptism of Clovis or the Geopolitics of Liturgy

2:00 PM
Stefanos Alexopoulos Beinecke   1155 and the Introductory Material of the Office of Holy Communion

2:30 PM
Stefanos Alexopoulos   Concluding Remarks