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Byzantine Fellows List, 1996/97

Visiting Scholar

  • Jean-Pierre Sodini

Fellows

  • Charles E. Barber, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, SpringThe Theodore Psalter
  • Jakov Nikolaevič Ljubarskij, University of St. Petersburg, SpringA Commentary on the Alexiad of Anna Comnena
  • William F. Macomber, St. Cloud, Minnesota, Academic YearA Bohairic-English Dictionary
  • Sophia Mergiali, University of Crete, Academic YearDiplomacy during the Late Byzantine Period: Palaeologan Emperors as Ambassadors in the West
  • Lida Miraj, Institute of Archaeology, Durrës, Academic YearSome Aspects of the Early Christian Period in Dyrrachium
  • Daniel Sahas, University of Waterloo, FallNames, Epithets and Curses. Name-calling of Muslims in the Byzantine Anti-Islamic Literature
  • Nicolas Schidlovsky, New York, FallHymns of the Early Slavic Sticherarion: Emerging Perspectives from a Study in Progress

Junior Fellows

  • John W. Birkenmeier, The Catholic University of America, Academic YearThe Development of the Comnenian Army
  • Barbara Crostini Lappin, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, SpringThe Katechetikon of Paul of Evergetis (d. 1054)
  • Leslie Dossey, Harvard University, Academic YearRural Unrest in Late Roman North Africa
  • Stephen J. Shoemaker, Duke University, Academic YearMary and the Discourse of Orthodoxy: The Dormition Legends and Ideological Boundaries in Late Antiquity

Summer Fellows

  • Costas N. Constantinides, University of IoanninaByzantine Gardens in Medieval Greek Secular Texts
  • Marina Falla Castelfranchi, Università di ChietiLa Committenza dell'Icona di San Pietro at Sinai and Cicli della Vita di San Nicola nell'Arte Bizantina dell'Italia Meridionale
  • Marina Falla Castelfranchi
  • Peter Doimi De Frankopan, Oxford UniversityAspects of the Foreign Policy of Alexios I Komnenos (1081–1118)
  • Vera Guruljova, The Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg,Byzantine Coins of the Ⅻ–ⅩⅤ Centuries
  • Istvan Perczel, Central European University, BudapestResearch on the Chronology of the Corpus Dionysiacum
  • Alessandra Ricci, Bilkent UniversityLate Antique and Early Byzantine Palaces and Villas in Constantinople: New City and New Countryside (ca. AD 330-ca AD 850)
  • Panagiotis Roilos, Harvard UniversityAllegory in the Byzantine Novel
  • Michael P. Speidel, University of Hawaii at ManoaThe Late-Roman and Early-Byzantine Guard

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