The "Language Multiplicity" conference seeks to explore the multiple language traditions, written and spoken, in Byzantium, by asking questions about their existence, interaction, management and significance. It is organized by Professor Claudia Rapp’s Wittgenstein-Prize Project ’Mobility, Microstructures and Personal Agency’ funded by the FWF (Austrian National Research Foundation) and co-sponsored by the ’Forschungsschwerpunkt Kulturen des euromediterranen Raums und Altertumswissenschaften’ of the Faculty of Historical and Cultural Studies (University of Vienna).
Friday, 2 December : ÖAW Sitzungssaal, Austrian Academy of Sciences,
Dr. Ignaz Seipel-Platz 2, 1010 Vienna, First Floor.
Saturday, 3 December : Hörsaal, Department of Byzantine and Modern
Greek Studies, Vienna University, 1010 Vienna, Postgasse 7, Stiege 1,