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Byzantine Fellows List, 2002/03

Visiting Scholar

Associate Fellow

  • Irfan Shahîd


  • Franz Alto Bauer, Istituto Archeologico Germanico, Rome, Fall,Gifts as a Means of Demonstrating Cultural Superiority: Byzantium and the Ottonian Empire
  • Joachim Henning, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main, Academic YearThe Franks and Byzantium: Economic Roots and Technological Basis of Agrarian Structures and Ruling Forms in Early Medieval Europe's West and East. A Comparative Study Based on Archaeological Sources
  • Sofia Kotzabassi, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, SpringThe Encomia of Saint Theodosia of Constantinople. A Critical Edition and Commentary
  • Emmanuel Papoutsakis, Athens, Greece, Academic YearThe Syriac Literary Background of Romanos the Melodist
  • Tatiana Pentkovskaya, Moscow State University, Academic Year,The Life of Basil the Younger (BHG 263). The Oldest Version in the Byzantine and Slavic Tradition: Critical Edition and Word Index of the Parallel Slavic and Greek Texts
  • Linda Safran, The Catholic University of America, Academic Year,Art and Identity in Medieval Southern Italy

Junior Fellows

  • Nikolas Bakirtzis, Princeton University, Academic YearProdromos Monastery on Mount Menoikion near Serres: A Topography of Monastic Life
  • Jonathan P. Conant, Harvard University, Academic YearVandals, Moors, and Byzantines: Romanitas and the Cultural Transformation of the North African Elite, c. 400–c.650
  • Aaron P. Johnson, University of Colorado at Boulder, Academic YearEthnic Argumentation in Eusebius of Caesarea's Praeparatio Evangelica

Summer Fellows

  • Francesca Dell'Acqua, Scuola Normale Superiore di PisaGlass in the Architectural Decoration of Late Roman and Early Byzantine Architecture: The Influence on the Medieval West
  • Evangelia Hadjitryphonos, European Center of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Monuments, ThessalonikeArchitecture of the Church of Hagia Aikaterini in Thessaloniki and Architecture of the Church of Moni Vlatadon
  • Peter Hatlie, University of Dallas in RomeMonasticism in Constantinople, c. 450–850
  • Ivan Jordanov, Archaeological Institute, Bulgarian Academy of ScienceCorpus of the Byzantine Seals from Bulgaria, Part 1: The Byzantine Seals with Geographical Names
  • Michaela Konrad, Bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, MunichThe Northern Necropolis of Resafa: Burial Customs on the Syrian Border from the Third to the Sixth Century A.D. and the Evidence for the Local History of Resafa
  • Jaclyn L. Maxwell, Western Michigan UniversityPreaching to the Converted: John Chrysostom and his Audience in Antioch
  • Glenn Peers, University of Texas at AustinThe Manuscripts of Angelos Vergecios: Art, Humanism and Byzantine Natural History in Sixteenth-Century France
  • Vladimir Vavrinek, Slavonic Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences,The Breakdown of the Unity of the Classical World and the Formation of Medieval Eastern Europe

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