Edited by Amelia Brown, University of Queensland and Bronwen Neil, Macquarie University
Byzantina Australiensia vol. 21 (2017)
This collection on Byzantine culture in translation, edited by Amelia Brown and Bronwen
Neil, examines the practices and theories of translation inside the Byzantine empire and
beyond its horizons to the east, north and west. The time span is from Late Antiquity to
the present day. Translations studied include hagiography, history, philosophy, poetry,
architecture and science, between Greek, Latin, Arabic and other languages. These
chapters build upon presentations given at the 18th Biennial Conference of the Australian
Association for Byzantine Studies, convened by the editors at the University of
Queensland in Brisbane, Australia on 28-30 November 2014.
Contributors include: Eva Anagnostou-Laoutides, Amelia Brown, Penelope Buckley, John
Burke, Michael Champion, John Duffy, Yvette Hunt, Maria Mavroudi, Ann Moffatt,
Bronwen Neil, Roger Scott, Michael Edward Stewart, Rene Van Meeuwen, Alfred Vincent
and Nigel Westbrook.