Dominic Moreau

Dominic Moreau
Université de Lille · Faculté des Humanités

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Late Antiquity, history, archaeology, prosopography, Italy and Balkans, Lower Danube, Ancient Christianity
Additional affiliations
September 2014 - present
Université de Lille
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
September 2013 - June 2014
University of Tours
Position
  • Lecturer
February 2012 - August 2013
University of Strasbourg
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Education
October 2019 - September 2021
University of Strasbourg
Field of study
  • Late Antique and Christian Archaeology
October 2004 - February 2012
Sorbonne Université
Field of study
  • History of Christianity and Late Antiquity
September 2002 - September 2004
University of Strasbourg
Field of study
  • History of Christianity and Late Antiquity

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Publications (38)
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This paper provides an introduction to the contributions presented in this thematic issue dedicated to the spatial humanities. Three main themes are addressed: (1) the processing of spatial information in textual corpora resulting from work in the human and social sciences, mainly in literary studies; (2) problems of acquisition, spatialisation and...
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Co-coordination de l'ouvrage ''Actes du Ier Colloque des étudiants de master en Sciences historiques et artistiques de LilleVilleneuve-d’Ascq, 2017
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In the past fifteen years, there has been renewed study of diplomatic relations in Antiquity and Middle Ages, and the editors of the present volume are among the key French players in this revival. This book is drawn from an international symposium held in Metz in 2010. The colloquium covered a very long time span, from the fifth century bce to the...
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As its subtitle implies, this paper is not a complete history of the patrimonies of the Roman church until the death of Gregory the Great. It is rather a detailed status quaestionis prelimany to a study in progress about the development of the temporal role of the Roman bishops in latest Antiquity (440-604). It is proposed to look at all the source...
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