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Byzantine Fellows List, 1998/99

Visiting Scholar

  • Lennart W. Ryden, The Vita of Philaretos the Merciful

Fellows

  • Jonathan Bardill, University of Oxford, Academic YearThe Church of St. Polyeuktos in Constantinople
  • Anthony Cutler, Pennsylvania State University, FallGift Exchange between Byzantium and Islam
  • Zbigniew T. Fiema, Salt Lake City, Utah, Academic YearThe Byzantine Period in Petra and Southern Jordan: New Archaeological and Historical Evidence
  • Vojislav Korać, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, SpringThe Architecture in the Transition Zones between Byzantium and the West, 9th to 14th Centuries. Program and Achievements
  • Derek Krueger, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Academic YearReligious Motivations for the Composition of Saints' Lives in the Early Christian East
  • William L. North, University of California, Berkeley, Academic Year,Oikonomia and Dispensatio in Dialogue: A Comparative Case-Study of Ecclesiastical Mercy and Justice in Byzantium and the West
  • Brigitte Pitarakis, Paris, France, Academic YearByzantine Bronze Pectoral Reliquary Crosses
  • Denis F. Sullivan, University of Maryland, College Park, Academic YearJohn Doxopatres' Commentaries on Hermogenes' Peri staseon and Peri ideon: A Critical Edition, Translation and Analysis

Junior Fellows

  • Michael Gaddis, Princeton University, Academic YearReligious Violence in the Christian Roman Empire
  • Florent Heintz, Harvard University, Academic YearMagic in the Late Antique Circus
  • Asen Kirin, Princeton University, Academic YearThe Rotunda of St. George in Sofia: History, Architecture, and Mural Decoration – ca. 300–1600
  • Holger Klein, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität, Bonn, Fall,Perceptions of Byzantium in Romanesque Europe: Byzantine Cross Reliquaries and their Impact on the Artistic Production of the West

Summer Fellows

  • Kate Cooper, University of ManchesterThe Roman Cult of Eastern Martyrs: 400–700
  • Kristoffel Demoen, Universiteit GentJohn Geometres and John Mauropous: Rhetoric and Literature from Encyclopedism to the Pre-Renaissance
  • Eurydice S. Georgantelis, Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki,Coins and Routes in Western Thrace, 490–1204 A.D. and the Via Egnatia and the Regional Currencies of the Byzantine Empire
  • Noel Lenski, University of Colorado at BoulderMunera Immensa: The Role of Subsidies in Late Roman and Early Byzantine Foreign Policy
  • Mikaël Nichanian, Université de Paris IVByzantine Elites and Imperial Power between the Seventh and the Ninth Century
  • Arietta S. Papaconstantinou, Université de Paris ⅫThe Cult of Saints in Byzantine and Umayyad Egypt: The Contribution of Greek and Coptic Papyrological and Epigraphical Evidence
  • Rosemary Thoonen Dubowchik, Southern Connecticut State UniversitySacred Music of the Byzantine Empire: A Handbook

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