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Byzantine Fellows List, 2003/04

Visiting Scholar

Associate Fellow

  • Irfan Shahîd


  • Ralf Behrwald, Universität Bamberg, Academic YearThe City as Museum?: Concepts of Urbs Roma in late Antiquity
  • Maria Evangelatou, Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens, Academic YearThe Illustration of the Ninth-Century Byzantine Marginal Psalters: Layers of Meaning and their Sources
  • Peter Galadza, Saint Paul University, Ottawa, Academic Year,Funeral Rites in the Byzantine Tradition, the Fourth to Sixteenth Centuries: The History of Liturgical Units and their Theological Interpretation
  • John Monfasani, University at Albany (SUNY), SpringThe Plato-Aristotle Controversy of the Fifteenth Century
  • Margaret E. Mullett, Queen's University, Belfast, FallThe Life of Cyril Phileotes by Nicholas Kataskepenos
  • Lioba Theis, Rheinischen Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Academic YearLight and Lighting in Early Christian and Byzantine Churches

Junior Fellows

  • Vasileios Marinis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Academic YearThe Monastery tou Libos: Architecture, Sculpture, and Liturgical Planning in Middle and Late Byzantine Constantinople
  • Alicia Simpson, King's College London, FallStudies on the Composition of Niketas Choniates' Historia
  • Gregory A. Smith, Harvard University, Academic YearA Cultural History of the Soul in Late Antiquity
  • Alicia Walker, Harvard University, SpringInsatiable Enjoyment: Islamic Elements in Middle Byzantine Secular Art and Aesthetics

Summer Fellows

  • Pietro Bortone, Princeton University / Oxford UniversityThe History of Greek Prepositions
  • Catherine Cubitt, The University of YorkThe Monothelite Controversy of the Seventh Century
  • Antonia Giannouli, University of CyprusByzantine Commentaries on Ecclesiastical Hymns
  • Oren Gutfeld, The Hebrew University of JerusalemThe Cardo and the Nea Church on the Southwestern Hill of Jerusalem: A Stratigraphic and Architectural Analysis
  • Mara Mason, Ca'Foscari University, VeniceThe Wall Mosaics of San Giusto in Trieste and their Relationships with Byzantine Art
  • Fatih Onur, Akdeniz University, Antalya, TurkeyMilitary Reforms of Anastasios I, on the Basis of a New Inscription from Perge
  • Anthousa Papagiannaki, University of OxfordByzantine Ivory and Bone Caskets with Secular Decoration, 9th to 12thCenturies
  • Denis M. Searby, University of StockholmA Critical Edition and Translation of Demetrios Kydones' Apology for Thomas of Aquinas

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