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Staff

The current staff of Byzantine Studies

Margaret Mullett, (mullettm@doaks.org) Director of Byzantine Studies, is currently working on performance, dream, court culture and ceremony, muses, and monasteries. She is the editor of Dumbarton Oaks Papers.

Jonathan Shea, (sheaj@doaks.org) Teaching Fellow in Byzantine History/Sigillography and Numismatics at Dumbarton Oaks and George Washington University, works on the seals database with both the Byzantine Studies program and the Museum. This semester he is teaching a course on cities in the Medieval Mediterranean.

Scott Fitzgerald Johnson, (johnsons@doaks.org) Teaching Fellow in Byzantine Greek at Dumbarton Oaks and Georgetown University, is working on multilingualism and geography among eastern Christians in Late Antiquity. He is currently teaching a course called "Byzantine Renaissances" (CLSS280) about the reception and transmission of Greek literature from Hellenistic Alexandria through Byzantium and up to Renaissance Venice.

Seh-Hee Koh, () Program Coordinator in Byzantine Studies

Alec Luhring, (luhringa@doaks.org) Intern in Byzantine Studies

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