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Current Fellows

2017–2018

Fellows

Paolo Angelini, KU Leuven (Fall)
Byzantine Studies
Introduction to the Medieval Legal History of the Southern Slavs

Gideon Avni, Israel Antiquities Authority and Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Byzantine Studies
Jerusalem and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Fourth to Eleventh Century: Archaeological Research and Urban Context

Stephanos Efthymiadis, Open University of Cyprus
Byzantine Studies
Hagia Sophia of Constantinople, 537–1204: Political, Social, and Urban History

Romy Hecht, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Garden and Landscape Studies
Botanical Practices and Urban Reform in Postcolonial Santiago, Chile

Steve Kosiba, University of Minnesota
Pre-Columbian Studies
Becoming Inca: Landscape Construction and Subject Creation in Ancient Cuzco

Michael Lee, University of Virginia (Spring)
Garden and Landscape Studies
German Landscape and the Aesthetics of Administration: Peter Joseph Lenné and His Circle, 1815–1848

Jerry Moore, California State University, Dominguez Hills (Fall)
Pre-Columbian Studies
Ancient Andean Houses: Dynamics of Domestic Space in South America

Kelly Presutti, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Garden and Landscape Studies
Terroir after the Terror: Landscape and Representation in Nineteenth-Century France

Denis Ribouillault, Université de Montréal (Fall)
Garden and Landscape Studies
Gardens of the Heavens: Astronomy and the Science of Time in the Gardens of Papal Rome

Alexis Torrance, University of Notre Dame
Byzantine Studies
The Human Ideal in Byzantine Theology

Bernd Andreas Vest
Byzantine Studies
The Urban Space of Antioch-on-the-Orontes, 638–1268

Alexandra Vukovich, University of Cambridge (Spring)
Byzantine Studies
Byzantine Imitative and Appropriative Coins, Fifth to Thirteenth Century

Alan Walmsley, Macquarie University
Byzantine Studies
Syria-Palestine in the Seventh Century: Aspects of Byzantine Continuity

Junior Fellows

Thalia Allington-Wood, University College London (Spring)
Garden and Landscape Studies
Garden Politics: Italian Renaissance Gardens in Postwar Italy

Christopher Bonura, University of California, Berkeley
Byzantine Studies
The Apocalypse of Methodius of Patara: History and Prophecy in the Christian Encounter with Islam

Gabriela Cervantes, University of Pittsburgh
Pre-Columbian Studies
The Sican Capital: Urban Organization in Pre-Columbian Peru

Mary Kelly, Tulane University
Pre-Columbian Studies
Speech Carved in Stone: Language Variation among the Ancient Lowland Maya

Scott Kennedy, Ohio State University
Byzantine Studies
Thucydides and Herodotus in the Late Antique and Byzantine Rhetorical Tradition

Maxime Lamoureux-St-Hilaire, Tulane University
Pre-Columbian Studies
Palatial Politics: The Classic Maya Royal Court at La Corona, Guatemala

Ivan Marić, University of Edinburgh
Byzantine Studies
Imperial Ideology after Iconoclasm: Negotiating the Limits of Imperial Power in Byzantium, 843–913

Luis Muro, Stanford University
Pre-Columbian Studies
Moche Spectacles of Death: Performance, Corporality, and Political Power in the Jequetepeque Valley, Peru

Nicholas Serrano, North Carolina State University
Garden and Landscape Studies
Ideologies of Nature in the Landscape Architecture and Urban Development of the Postwar American South, 1955–1975

Shannon Steiner, Bryn Mawr College
Byzantine Studies
Byzantine Enamel and the Aesthetics of Technological Power, Ninth to Fifteenth Century

Kaja Tally-Schumacher, Cornell University (Fall)
Garden and Landscape Studies
Cultivating Empire: Transplanting and Translating Rome

William R. Tyler Fellows

Ari Caramanica
Pre-Columbian Studies
The Forgotten Landscapes of the Peruvian North Coast: Cupisnique, Moche, and Chimu Peripheral Occupation

Philip Gant
Garden and Landscape Studies
Temple Litigation and Korea’s Long Nineteenth Century

Polina Ivanova
Byzantine Studies
From Byzantium’s East to Iran’s West: Economic Change and the Rise of Cities in Medieval Asia Minor, 1000–1400

Jake Ransohoff
Byzantine Studies
Vision and Punishment: Blinding in the Byzantine World

Abbey Stockstill
Garden and Landscape Studies
Crafting an Identity: Landscape and Urbanism in Almohad Marrakech

John Zaleski
Byzantine Studies
Asceticism in the Eastern Mediterranean, Seventh through Ninth Century

Mellon Fellows in Urban Landscape Studies

Jacob Boswell, Ohio State University
Changing Climates: Social Imaginaries of Climate Modification in the United States

Basak Durgun, George Mason University
Cultural Politics of Urban Green Spaces: The Production and Reorganization of Istanbul’s Parks and Gardens

John King, San Francisco Chronicle
New Forms of Urban Public Space and the Publics That They Serve

Maria Taylor, University of Michigan
Between Town and Country: The Soviet City-Landscape Nexus in Global Perspective

Summer Fellows

Agnieszka Brylak, University of Warsaw
Pre-Columbian Studies
Buffoons and Sorcerers: The Merging of Witchcraft and Entertainment in Colonial Sources on Prehispanic Nahuas

Beatrice Caseau, Université Paris-Sorbonne and Labex RESMED
Byzantine Studies
Kissing in Byzantium

Jean-Claude Cheynet, Université Paris-Sorbonne
Byzantine Studies
The Byzantine Family of the Chrysobergai

Rebecca Falcasantos, Providence College
Byzantine Studies
Constantinople: Ritual, Violence, and Memory in the Making of a Christian Imperial Capital

Erlend Johnson, Tulane University
Pre-Columbian Studies
The Integrative Strategies of the Classic Maya Copan Polity on Its Southeastern Frontier

Dimitri Korobeinikov, University at Albany
Byzantine Studies
Unpublished Armenian, Syriac, and Arabic Seals from the Zacos Collection: A Case Study of the Border Zone

Maria Parani, University of Cyprus
Byzantine Studies
The Date and Context of Vat. gr. 1851: The Evidence of Its Miniatures Reconsidered

Alan Ross, University of Southampton
Byzantine Studies
In Praise of Constantius: Greek Panegyrical Literature in the Early Byzantine Empire

Claudio Schiano, Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro
Byzantine Studies
The Tritheist Controversy on Resurrection: New Evidence on John Philoponus’s Opponents

John Schwaller, University at Albany
Pre-Columbian Studies
The Rituals of the Aztec Month of Panquetzaliztli

Humanities Fellows

Andrés Álvarez Dávila, Folger Shakespeare Library

Erica Eisen, George Washington Museum and Textile Museum

Michael Kennedy-Yoon, National Museum of Natural History

Adela Kim, National Gallery of Art

Abby Westover, Folger Shakespeare Library

Faye Zhang, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Early-Career Musician

Celil Refik Kaya, Butler School of Music, University of Texas at Austin