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Byzantine Fellows List, 1984/85

Bulgarian Exchange Fellows

  • Vassilka T. Zaimova, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Fall,Relations between the Byzantine and Balkan Cultures Reflected in the Exegetical Literature, Historiography, and Lexicography


  • Robert Edwards, University of California, Los Angeles, Academic YearThe Fortifications of Eastern Anatolia and Northern Syria
  • Kaspar Elm, Free University of Berlin, SpringThe Latin Church of Jerusalem between the East and West
  • Aleksander Gieysztor, Royal Castle Warsaw, SpringSlavonic Paganism and Early Christianity, Antagonisms and Coexistence
  • David Jacoby, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Academic Year,Western Expansion to the Eastern Mediterranean in the Late Middle Ages, Eleventh to Fifteenth Centuries
  • Henry Kahane, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Spring,The Keywords of Hellenistic and Byzantine Religious Movements
  • Renée Kahane, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Spring,The Keywords of Hellenistic and Byzantine Religious Movements
  • Michael Maas, Rice University, Academic YearJohn Lydus and the Roman Past
  • R. Denys Pringle, Keble College, University of Oxford, Academic YearChurches and Other Buildings of the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1099–1291
  • Jonathan Shepard, Selwyn College, Cambridge, SpringByzantium and its Neighbors, ca. 850–1118
  • Robert F. Taft, Pontificio Istituto Orientale, Rome, Academic Year,The History of the Byzantine Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom: The Anaphora, Communion, Thanksgiving, and Dismissal Rites
  • Franz Tinnefeld, University of Munich, FallA Critical Edition of John Kantakouzenos' Refutatio Prochori Cydonii and Disputatio cum Paulo patriarcha latino, Ⅶ epistulis tradita
  • Yoram Tsafrir, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Academic Year,The Urban Development of Jerusalem in the Fourth and Seventh Centuries

Junior Fellows

  • Mark Herlong, Catholic University of America, Academic Year,Kinship and Social Mobility in Byzantium, 802–1025
  • William Kennedy, Balliol College, University of Oxford, Academic YearMenander Protector and Byzantine Diplomacy in the Sixth Century
  • Anne B. Terry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Spring,Early Byzantine Sculpture in the Upper Adriatic

NEH Seminars

  • Robert Croskey
  • John D'Amico
  • Gerald Day
  • Kevin Dungey
  • Steven Fanning
  • Michael Harstad
  • Andrew Horton
  • Daniel Nodes
  • Joy Potter
  • Philip Rollianson
  • Christine Smith
  • Mark A. Smith

Sigillography Seminars

  • Andrew Cappel
  • Jean-Claude Cheynet
  • Archibald Warren Dunn

Summer Fellows

  • Françoise Baritel, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, FranceResearch on Landscape in Late Mosaic Pavements
  • Xavier Barral i Altet, Université de Haute Bretagne, Rennes ⅡLe Pavement en mosaïque de l'église de la Martorana à Palerme
  • Lawrence Butler, University of PennsylvaniaThe Nave Cornices of Hagia Sophia, Istanbul
  • Norman Housley, University of LeicesterThe Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 1305–1378
  • Hrisanta Marin, Romanian Accademy of Social and Political Sciences,Kekragaria in Byzantine Chant
  • Ayla Odekan, Technical University of IstanbulRelations of Anatolian Turkish Architecture with Various Cultural Spheres
  • Dimitris Tsougarakis, Exeter College, University of Oxford,Byzantine Crete from the Fifth to Sixth Century

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