The presentation investigates the nexus between time and the construction of female holiness in some Byzantine hagiographical texts were women were the main protagonists of the story. The narrative of these texts shows that female sainthood in Byzantium was strictly influenced by a non-eschatological temporality.

The End That Never Came. On the Relationship Between Time and Gender in Some Byzantine Hagiographical Texts / M. Dell'Isola. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Crisis, Gender and the Politics of Time in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods tenutosi a University of Southern Denmark nel 2019.

The End That Never Came. On the Relationship Between Time and Gender in Some Byzantine Hagiographical Texts

M. Dell'Isola
2019

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The presentation investigates the nexus between time and the construction of female holiness in some Byzantine hagiographical texts were women were the main protagonists of the story. The narrative of these texts shows that female sainthood in Byzantium was strictly influenced by a non-eschatological temporality.
Settore M-STO/07 - Storia del Cristianesimo e delle Chiese
The End That Never Came. On the Relationship Between Time and Gender in Some Byzantine Hagiographical Texts / M. Dell'Isola. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Crisis, Gender and the Politics of Time in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods tenutosi a University of Southern Denmark nel 2019.
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