Камерун Аверил
Профессиональные интересы: История Древней Церкви, Культурология, Религия и мир, История религий, История сект и новых религиозных движений
Конфессии: Христианство

Краткая биографическая справка:

Dame Averil Millicent Cameron is Professor ofLate Antique and Byzantine History in the University of Oxford, and was formerly the Warden of Keble College, Oxford between 1994 and 2010.

Previously Professor of Ancient History (1978–89) and Professor of Late Antique and Byzantine Studies (1989–94) at King's College London.

Библиография работ автора на языке оригинала:

Agathias (Clarendon Press 1970), ISBN 0-19-814352-4

Procopius and the Sixth Century ( Duckworth 1985), ISBN 0-7156-1510-7

Christianity and the Rhetoric of Empire: The Development of Christian Discourse ( University of California Press 1991), ISBN 0-520-07160-3

The Later Roman Empire, AD 284-430 ( Fontana 1993), ISBN 0-00-686172-5

The Mediterranean World in Late Antiquity, AD 395-600 ( Routledge 1993), ISBN 0-415-01420-4

Images of Women in Antiquity (rev. ed., Routledge 1993), ISBN 0-415-09095-4 (ed. with Amélie Kuhrt)

The Cambridge Ancient History:

Vol. 12: The Crisis of Empire, AD 193-337 ( Cambridge University Press 2005), ISBN 0-521-30199-8 (2nd ed., ed. with Alan K. Bowman and Peter Garnsey)

Vol. 13: The Late Empire, AD 337-425 (Cambridge University Press 1998), ISBN 0-521-30200-5 (ed. with Peter Garnsey)

Vol. 14: Late Antiquity: Empires and Successors, AD 425-600 (Cambridge University Press 2000), ISBN 0-521-32591-9 (ed. with Bryan Ward-Perkins and Michael Whitby)

The Byzantines ( Blackwell 2006), ISBN 0-631-20262-5

'Enforcing Orthodoxy in Byzantium', in Kate Cooper and Jeremy Gregory, eds., Discipline and Diversity, Studies in Church History 43 (Woodbridge, 2007), 1-24

The absence of Byzantium’, Nea Hestia, Jan, 2008, 4-59 (English and Greek)

'A.H.M.Jones and the End of the Ancient World', in D.H. Gwynn, ed., A.H,M.Jones and the Later Roman Empire,Brill’s Series on the Early Middle Ages (BSEMA) 15 (Leiden and Boston, 2008), 231-49

'Roman studies in sixth-century Constantinople', in Philip Rousseau and Manolis Papoutsakis, eds., Transformations of Late Antiquity. Essays for Peter Brown (Aldershot, 2009), 15-36

‘The anxiety of images: meanings and material objects’, in A. Lymberopoulou, ed., Images of the Byzantine World: Visions, Messages and Meanings. Studies presented to Leslie Brubaker (Farnham, 2011), 47-56 

The Mediterranean World in Late Antiquity, AD 395-700, revised and expanded edition, Routledge History of Classical Civilization (London, 2011) 

Doctrine and Debate in Eastern Christianity, 300-1500, ed. with Robert Hoyland (Farnham, 2011) 

Награды:

 

Honorary Doctorates in Letters from the Universities of Warwick, St Andrews, Aberdeen and the Queen's University of Belfast

 

Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London

 

Fellow of the British Academy

 

Fellow of the Ecclesiastical History Society

 

Fellow of King's College London

Библиография
Enforcing Orthodoxy in Byzantium
Автор анализирует развитие традиции насильственного утверждения ортодоксальной доктрины (так, как она понималась в каждый конкретный момент) в Византийской империи. Признавая, что по сравнению с Западной Европой Византия отличалась большей терпимостью к инакомыслию, автор настаивает, что сама идея религиозной свободы и отказа государства от насильственного утверждения религиозного единообразия среди подданных является по отношению к той эпохе совершенным анахронизмом.
Книги
Doctrine and Debate in the East Christian World, 300-1500
The reign of Constantine (306-37), the starting point for the series in which this volume appears, saw Christianity begin its journey from being just one of a number of competing cults to being the official religion of the Roman/Byzantine Empire. The involvement of emperors had the, perhaps inevitable, result of a preoccupation with producing, promoting and enforcing a single agreed version of the Christian creed. Under this pressure Christianity in the East fragmented into different sects, disagreeing over the nature of Christ, but also, in some measure, seeking to resist imperial interference and to elaborate Christianities more reflective of and sensitive to local concerns and cultures. 

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