Byzantium in Modern Greek Life, with Dimitris Krallis

Byzantium in Modern Greek Life, with Dimitris Krallis

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Where and how does one experience Byzantium in modern Greece today? This episode of Byzantium & Friends features a conversation with Dimitris Krallis, which ranges from statues and streets to politics and Church politics in particular, drawing on our own experiences and training as Byzantinists. There is a lot more that we could say about this fascinating topic, but we explore various domains where Byzantium is alive or long gone, or where it shambles on in zombie form.

Dimitris Krallis is a Professor and Director of the SNF Centre for Hellenic Studies at Simon Fraser University. His latest book is Serving Byzantium’s Emperors: The Courtly Life and Career of Michael Attaleiates, and he translated with Anthony Kaldellis The History by Michael Attaleiates. Click here to view his university webpage or follow him on Twitter @HomoByzantinus

Dimitris Krallis also appeared on episode 10 of Byzantium & Friends:

Byzantium & Friends is hosted by Anthony Kaldellis, Professor and Chair of the Department of Classics at The Ohio State University. You can follow him on his personal website.

You can listen to more episodes of Byzantium & Friends through Podbean.

Top Image: The Church of Panagia Kapnikarea in Athens – this Byzantine church dates back to the 11th century. Photo by C messier / Wikimedia Commons

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