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Byzantine Fellows List, 1995/96

Visiting Scholar

  • Vojislav Djurić

Visiting Fellows

  • Robert Browning

Venetian Exchange Fellows

  • Nicolas Panayotakis

    Exchange Scholars

    • Jean-Claude Cheynet
    • Denis Feissel


    • Theodora Antonopoulou, University of Oxford, Academic YearA Critical Edition of the Homilies of the Emperor Leo VI
    • Martin Dennert, Albert-Ludwigs Universität, Freiburg, Academic YearByzantine Cameos
    • Smiljka Gabelić, University of Belgrade, Academic Year,Hagiographical Cycles and the Problem of their Emergence
    • Stefan R. Hauser, Freie Universität Berlin, Academic YearAnab as-Safina. Late Roman to Early Islamic Tombs in Syria
    • Eric A. Ivison, British School at Athens, Academic YearByzantine Urban Archaeology in the Athenian Agora: The Medieval Hephaisteion
    • Alexander L. Lingas, University of British Columbia, Academic Year,Music and Liturgy in Late Byzantium: The Divine Office at Hagia Sophia, Thessalonica
    • Sally McKee, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, SpringEthnicity and Ethnic Relations in Venetian Crete During the Fourteenth Century
    • David Olster, University of Kentucky, Academic YearClassical Ethnography and the Third Race
    • Robert Rodgers, University of Vermont, SpringStudies on the Greek Geoponica: Preparation of Critical Edition with Translation and Commentary

    Junior Fellows

    • Jane Baun, Princeton University, Academic YearThe Apocalypse of Anastasia in its Middle Byzantine Context
    • Caren Calendine, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Academic Year,The Nature and Recognition of Sanctity in the Byzantine Empire

    Summer Fellows

    • Federica Ciccolella, University of TurinAnacreontic Poetry of the 5th and 6th Centuries: John of Gaza and George the Grammarian
    • Peter Hatlie, University of GroningenByzantine Epistolography: Past Perspectives and New Directions
    • Margaret E. Mullett, The Queen's University of BelfastThe Literary Activity of Alexios I Komnenos (1081–1118)
    • Gregory A. Myers, University of British ColumbiaThe Paleoslavonic Kondakar: Constantinople's Legacy of Kievan Rus
    • Andreas Nicolaides, Université de ProvenceApsidal Iconography in the Painted Churches of Cyprus During the Middle Byzantine Period
    • Carolyn S. Snively, Gettysburg CollegeLate Antique Burial Practices in the Balkan Peninsula
    • Victor Spinei, Institutul de Arheologie, Iasi¸ RomaniaThe Byzantine Pottery from the Lower Danube in the Tenth to Fourteenth Centuries
    • Mehmet I. Tunay, Istanbul UniversitesiThe Last Five Years' Archaeological Findings in Istanbul from the Byzantine Period

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