Byzantine Studies Staff
Margaret Mullett, (email@example.com) Director of Byzantine Studies, is currently working on performance, dream, court culture and ceremony, muses, and monasteries. She is the editor of Dumbarton Oaks Papers.
Örgü Dalgiç, (firstname.lastname@example.org) Teaching Fellow in Byzantine Art History and Archaeology at Dumbarton Oaks and Catholic University of America, is studying floor mosaic programs in Constantinople. This year she is teaching Islamic Art and Byzantine Art at CUA.
Jack Tannous, (email@example.com) Teaching Fellow in Byzantine History at Dumbarton Oaks and George Washington University, is looking at the transition from Christianity to Islam in the Near East. This year he is teaching a Byzantine survey at GWU.
Jonathan Shea, (firstname.lastname@example.org) Post-Doctoral Associate in Byzantine Sigillography, works on the seals database with both the Byzantine Studies program and the Museum; his PhD thesis was on late Byzantine cities and their economies.
Scott Fitzgerald Johnson, (email@example.com) Teaching Fellow in Byzantine Greek at Dumbarton Oaks and Georgetown University, is working on multilingualism and geography among eastern Christians in Late Antiquity. He is currently teaching a course called "Byzantine Renaissances" (CLSS280) about the reception and transmission of Greek literature from Hellenistic Alexandria through Byzantium and up to Renaissance Venice.
Amanda Daxon, (firstname.lastname@example.org) Program Coordinator in Byzantine Studies
Alec Luhring, (email@example.com) Intern in Byzantine Studies