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Byzantine Fellows List, 1993/94

Visiting Scholars

  • Michel Balard
  • Cécile Morrisson

Visiting Fellows

  • Hélène Ahrweiler
  • Robert Browning

    Collège de France Exchange Scholar

    • Vincent Déroche

    Fellows

    • William Adler, North Carolina State University, Academic Year,Chronographic Schools in Byzantium and Syria
    • Gunnar Brands, Free University of Berlin, Academic Year,Architecture and Architectural Decoration of Resafa-Sergiopolis and Northern Mesopotamia
    • Alexandra A. Chekalova, Academy of Sciences of Russia, Academic YearThe Senatorial Aristocracy in Early Byzantium
    • Marie Theres Fögen, Max Planck-Institut für Europäische Rechtsgeschichte, FallThe Byzantine Political Concept
    • Paul Magdalino, University of St. Andrews, SpringProblems in Twelfth-Century Byzantine Literature
    • Nevra Necipoğlu, Bogazici University, Academic YearByzantium Between the Ottomans and the Latins: A Study of Political Attitudes in the Late Palaeologan Period, 1370–1460
    • Robert F. Taft, Pontificio Istituto Orientale, Rome, Academic Year,A History of the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom: The Communion and Final Rites
    • Yoram Tsafrir, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, FallBet Shean (Scythopolis) in the Roman, Byzantine, and Early Arab Periods: Publication of Recent Excavations
    • William N. Turpin, Swarthmore College, Academic YearThe Emperor and the Law
    • Panayotis L. Vocotopoulos, University of Athens, FallThe Mytilene Gospels
    • David Wright, University of California, Berkeley, FallArt of Late Antiquity and the Dark Ages, 300 to 800 (Pelican History of Art)

    Junior Fellows

    • Dimitris Cacharelias, New York University, Institute of Fine Arts, Academic YearThe Byzantine Illuminated Codex, Mount Athos, Esphigmenou No. 14
    • Vassa Contoumas-Conticello, University of Paris-IV (Sorbonne), Academic YearThe Composition of the Fount of Knowledge of St. John of Damascus (before 750)

    Summer Fellows

    • Chrysanthe Baltoyianni, Byzantine Museum of AthensThe Virgin Galaktotrophousa and Its Relationship with the Semiology of the Passion
    • Nadezhda F. Kavrus-Hoffmann, Russian University of Peoples' FriendshipByzantine Scriptoria in the Ninth to Thirteenth Centuries and Byzantine Writing Styles
    • Svetlana Emilova Kujumdzieva, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences,The Kekragarion in the Byzantine-Slavic Tradition
    • Michael F. Pavkovic, Hawaii Pacific UniversityRoman Military Institutions Reflected in Byzantine Treatises
    • Engelina Smirnova, Moscow UniversityRussian Icons of the Eleventh to the First Third of the Thirteenth Centuries
    • Jean-Michel Spieser, Université des Sciences Humaines de StrasbourgDecorative Programs of Middle Byzantine Churches

    Summer Fellow/Seminars

    • Wolfram Hörandner

    Summer Seminars

    • Demetrius Kyritses

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