Byzantine Studies Fellows, 2006/07

Fellows in Byzantine Studies at Dumbarton Oaks, Fellowship Reports, and Visiting Scholars

Visiting Scholars

Paul Magdalino (University of St. Andrews)

Speros Vryonis

Associate Fellow

Irfan Shahîd

Fellows

Florin Curta (University of Florida, Fall), Greece in the Early Middle Ages (ca. 500 to ca. 1050): An Economic and Social Perspective

Stephen E. Gersh (University of Notre Dame, Spring), The Byzantine Proclus

Dimitri Korobeinikov (University of Oxford), Byzantium and the Turks from the Eleventh to the Twelfth Centuries

Wendy Mayer, (Australian Catholic University ), The Churches of Syrian Antioch: Christian Sites of Worship in the City and its Suburbs (350–600 CE)

Arietta S. Papaconstantinou (Collège de France – C.N.R.S. ), The Rise and Fall of Coptic: A Cultural History of the Language and its Speakers

Christos Simelidis (University of Oxford), A Critical Edition of the Carmina of St. Gregory of Nazianzus for the Corpus Christianorum Series

Denis F. Sullivan (University of Maryland), The Life of St. Basil the Younger

Alan G. Walmsley (The University of Copenhagen), The Levantine Economy, ca. 565–865 CE: New Archaeological Perspectives

Junior Fellows

Koray S. Durak (Harvard University), Networks of Communications between the Byzantines and the Muslims from the Mid-Ninth Century to the Arrival of the Crusaders

Pagona Papadopoulou (Université de Paris I – Panthéon-Sorbonne), Coin Circulation and Monetary Affairs in the Balkans before and after the Fourth Crusade (1092–1261)

Suna Çagaptay-Arikan (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Visualizing the Cultural Transition in Bithynia (1300–1402): Architecture, Correlative Spaces, and Urbanism

Summer Fellows

Ivan Biliarsky, A Glossary of the Juridical Terms in Medieval Bulgaria

Eugenia Chalkia, Jewelry in the Byzantine Museum of Athens: The Mytilene Treasure

Ksenia I. Lobovikova, Emperor Manuel II Palaiologos and Islam: Political and Theological Aspects of his Attitudes toward Islam

Donald A. McColl, Signs of the Times: The Cleveland Marbles

Edmund C. Ryder, Portable Micromosaic Icons of the Late Byzantine Period

Jeanne-Nicole Saint-Laurent, The Cult of St. Febronia: From Nisibis to Rome

Oğuz Tekin, Byzantine Coins Found During the Excavations at Perge

 

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