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Byzantine Fellows List, 1980/81

Visiting Fellows

  • Hans Mayer, University of Kiel, Academic YearHistory of the Latin East

Associate Fellow

  • Irfan Shahîd

Fellows

  • Anthony A.M. Bryer, University of Birmingham, Academic Year,Late Byzantine and Early Ottoman Society
  • Dimitri Conomos, University of British Columbia, FallThe Late Byzantine and Slavonic Communion Cycle
  • Sidney Griffith, Catholic University of America, Academic Year,Images and Symbols, Muslim Polemic and Christian Apologetic
  • Walter Kaegi, University of Chicago, FallByzantium and the Arab Conquest
  • Anthony Luttrell, Old University of Malta, Academic YearAn Edition of the Aragonese Chronicle of the Morea
  • Justin Mossay, Catholic University of Louvain, SpringGregory of Naziarzus
  • Ahmad Shboul, University of Sydney, Academic YearThe Byzantines in Arabic Literature: Social and Intellectual Life in the Arab Frontier Cities of Northern Syria and Upper Mesopotamia
  • Speros Vryonis
  • Slobodan Ćurčić, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, SpringAnnotated Bibliography of Medieval Art and Architecture in the Balkans

Fellow/American Academy in Rome

  • Jan Ziolkowski

Junior Fellows

  • John P. Baldovin, Yale University, Academic YearThe Urban Context of Christian Worship in Jerusalem, Rome, and Constantinople from the 4th to the 10th Centuries
  • Leslie Brubaker, Johns Hopkins University, Academic YearThe Homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus in Paris (B.N. gr 510)
  • Bruce Lippard, Indiana University, Academic YearByzantium and the Mongols, 1243–1341
  • Robert Ousterhout, University of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign, Academic YearThe Architecture of the Kariye Camii in Istanbul
  • William N. Turpin, Cambridge University, Academic YearThe Late Roman Law Codes: Forms and Procedures of Imperial Legislation from the Classical Age to Justinian

Summer Fellows

  • Pascal Culerrier, University of Paris – NanterreUrban History of Western Asia Minor (6th–10th centuries)
  • C.W.J. Eliot, Mount Allison University, New BrunswickThe Nekropolis Church at Anemurium (Modern Anamur) in Cilicia
  • John F. Haldon, University of BirminghamLate Byzantine and Early Ottoman Society
  • John Langdon, University of California, Los AngelesJohn Ⅲ Ducas Vatatzes (1222–1254)
  • Rowena K. Loverance, University of BirminghamLate Byzantine and Early Ottoman Society
  • Werner Seibt, University of ViennaByzantine Prosopography
  • Christopher Walter, Institut français d'études byzantines Paris,Iconographical Themes Reflecting the Ideology of the Byzantine Church

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