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The Virgin Mary in the Byzantine World, 400–1200
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Leslie Brubaker, University of Birmingham, Fellow 2015–2016, Spring
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2015–2016
From Cross to Crucifix: Berthold of Nuremberg’s Dominican Rereading of Hrabanus Maurus’ “In Honor of the Holy Cross”
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Jeffrey Hamburger, Harvard University, Fellow 2015–2016
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2015–2016
Wilderness Urbanisms: Architecture, Landscape, and Travel in Precolonial India
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Tamara Sears, Yale University, Fellow 2015–2016
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2015–2016
Out of Many, One: Collective Governance and Its Visual Ramifications in Pre-Columbian Jalisco, Mexico
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Christopher Beekman, University of Colorado, Denver, Fellow 2015–2016
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2015–2016
Byzantine Ecocriticism: Humans, Nature, and Power in the Medieval Greek Romance
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Adam Goldwyn, North Dakota State University, Fellow 2016–2017
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2016–2017
Kastania: Visualizing a Byzantine Village in the Peloponnese
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Michail Kappas, Greek Ministry of Culture, Fellow 2016–2017
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2016–2017
Interpreting Material Culture: Silverware in Ostrogothic and Byzantine Italy
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Marco Aimone, University of Turin, Fellow 2016–2017, Spring
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2016–2017
Dibsi Faraj and the Middle Euphrates: The Rediscovered Harper Archive
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Anna Leone, Durham University, Fellow 2016–2017, Spring
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2016–2017
The Lord of Vilcabamba
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Brian S. Bauer, University of Illinois, Chicago, Fellow 2016–2017
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2016–2017
A New View of Syria-Palestine
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Alan Walmsley brings a lost century back into focus
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