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Anne-Laurence Caudano

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Anne-Laurence Caudano Title: Associate Professor
Office: 3A24
Building: Ashdown
Phone: 204.786.9883
Email: a.caudano@uwinnipeg.ca

Teaching Areas: Medieval History; Byzantium and Eastern Slavic culture; medieval sciences

Courses:
HIST-1014 (3) Europe and the Mediterranean to 1700
HIST-2211(3) Europe between c. 300 and 1350
HIST-2212(3) Europe between the Medieval and Modern Periods (1350-1650)
HIST-2215(3) History of the Byzantine Empire
HIST-4218(6) Topics in Medieval Culture
HIST-7203(6) Topics in Medieval Culture (Graduate) 

Publications:

Selected Publications

Book:

“Let there be lights in the firmament of the heaven”: Cosmological depictions in Early Rus, Palaeoslavica 14. Supplementum 2 (Cambridge Mass.: Palaeoslavica, 2006)

Articles: 

“ ‘These are the Only Four Seas:’ The World Map of Bologna, University Library, Codex 3632”, Dumbarton Oaks Papers 70 (2016): 167-190

“Cosmologies et cosmographies variées dans les manuscrits byzantins tardifs”, Byzantion 85 (2015): 1–25

“Eustratios of Nicaea on Thunder and Lightning”, Byzantinische Zeitschrift 105/2 (2012): 611-634

“An Astrological Handbook from the Reign of Manuel I Komnenos”, Almagest 3/2 (2012): 46-65

“'Le ciel a la forme d'un cube ou a été dressé comme une peau': Pierre le Philosophe ou l'orthodoxie du savoir astronomique sous Manuel Ier Comnène”, Byzantion. Revue Internationale des Etudes Byzantines 81 (2011): 19-73

“Un univers sphérique ou voûté ? Survivance de la cosmologie antiochienne à Byzance (XIe et XIIe s.)”, Byzantion. Revue Internationale des Etudes Byzantines 78 (2008): 66-86.

“Pamvo Berynda’s Poems on the Nativity of Christ. Between Western Education and Byzantine Hymnography”, Canadian Slavonic Papers 49 (2007): 9-26


"Cycles des astres et calendriers dans la Rus médiévale du onzième au treizième siècles," Slavica Gandensia 31 (2004), 23-45.

" Following the Star of Bethlehem. Portrayals of the Magi as Astrologers in Kievan Rus," Byzantinoslavica 62 (2004), 161-172.

" Le calcul de l’éclipse de soleil du 15 avril 1409 à Constantinople par Jean Chortasmenos," Byzantion 73 (2003), 211-245.