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Byzantine Fellows List, 1981/82

Visiting Scholar

  • Venediktos Englezakis

Visiting Fellows

  • Hans Mayer
  • Speros Vryonis, University of California, Los Angeles, Academic Year

Associate Fellow

  • Irfan Shahîd

Fellows

  • Brian Daley, Weston School of Theology, Academic YearGreek Theological Controversy in the Early Sixth Century
  • Robert S. Nelson, University of Chicago, Academic YearStudies on Byzantine Manuscript Illumination of the Twelfth Century
  • Dimitri Obolensky, Christ Church, University of Oxford, Fall,Byzantium in Eastern Europe: Some Major Protagonists
  • Philip Rousseau, University of Auckland, Academic Year,Providence and Freedom in the Later Roman Empire
  • Franz Tinnefeld, University of Munich, SpringFour Prooimia of Imperial Records Composed by Demetrios Kydones: Critical Editions and Philological-Historical Commentary
  • Raymond Van Dam, Stanford University, Academic YearReligion and Society in Late Antique Asia Minor
  • Edith M. Wightman, McMaster University, SpringGallia Belgica: An Investigation of Later Empire Trends in the Northern Roman Provinces

Junior Fellows

  • Marie Taylor Davis, Princeton University, Academic YearEnnodius of Pavia: Religion, Politics, Literature, and Propaganda under Theoderic
  • Susan Madigan, University of Chicago, Academic YearAthens gr. 211 and the Illustrated Versions of the Homilies of John Chrysostom
  • Nicolas Schidlovsky, Princeton University, Academic YearThe Notation of the Lenten Prosomoia in the Byzantine and Slavic Traditions
  • Joseph Sonderkamp, Freie Universität Berlin, Academic YearThe Transmission of the Epitome Morborum of Theophanes, Called Nonnus

Summer Fellows

  • Averil Cameron, King's College, University of LondonProcopius of Caesarea
  • Costas N. Constantinides, Cyprus Research CenterCyprus and Cypriots in the Medieval Greek Sources
  • Helen Evans, Institute of Fine Arts, New York UniversityTwo Narrative Gospels from the School of T'eres Roslin (Walters Art Gallery Ms. W539 and Freer Gallery of Art Ms. 32.18) – The Hands of Illuminators and the Iconography of the Texts
  • James D. Howard-Johnston, Oxford UniversityThe Revival of Byzantine Power in the Near East, 867–1025
  • Ann Kuttner, University of California at BerkeleyThe David Plates of Heraclius: An Art Historical Excursus into Imperial Ideology
  • Timothy S. Miller, University of WashingtonThe Origins of Hospitals in Medieval Byzantium
  • Styliani Papadaki-Okland, University of CreteThe Illustration of the Byzantine Job Manuscripts: A Preliminary Study of its Origin and Development
  • Paul Rorem, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval StudiesThe Pseudo-Dionysian Synthesis
  • Helen Saradi-Mendelovici, University of MontrealLe notariat byzantin du IXe au XVe s.

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