Ernst Kitzinger Papers

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Dumbarton Oaks Archives, Washington, D.C.


Repository: Dumbarton Oaks Archives, Washington, D.C.

Call Number: Byzantine Studies/Kitzinger, Ernst

Location: Archives 058, Byzantine Studies, VF

Name of Creator(s): W. F. Albright; American Council of Learned Societies; American Philosophical Society; E. Robert Andry; Gregory T. Armstrong; David W. Bailey; Anastasius C. Bandy; M.J. Baudry; Giovanni Becatti; Luigi Bernabò-Brea; Alessandro Bettagno; Herbert Bloch; Harry Bober; James D. Breckenridge; P. H. Brieger; Eberhard F. Bruck; Douglas W. Bryant; Hans H. Buchwald; Frederick Burkhardt; Millar Burrows; Canadian Universities Foundation; Leonard Carmichael; Alberta Carpenter; John P. Cavarnos; Marshall Clagett; Kenneth W. Clark; Peter Colaclides; Giles Constable; R. N. S Craig; G. P. Cuttino; Rae Dalven; Marie Therese d’Alverny; Antonio Daneu; D. H. Daugherty, American Council of Learned Societies; Deadlines; F. B. Deknatel; R. de Vaux; Charles E. Dibble; Wachtang Z. Djobadze; Charles R. Dodwell; Sterling Dow; John P. Elder; L. D. Ettlinger; Semavi Eyice; Dante B. Fascell; Giuseppe Fiocco; Mother A. Fiske; George H. Forsyth; William H. Forsyth; R. Ghirshman; Gerd A. Gillhoff; Erwin R. Goodenough; Michael R. E. Gough; Horst Hallensleben; W. B. Hanning; M. Columban Hawkins, Right Reverend; William S. Heckscher; Adelheid Heimann; Paul Henry; Jacques Heurgon; Douglas Horton; International Congress of Christian Archaeology; Andrew Jameson; I. Jandova; Adolf Katzenellenbogen; Gyorgy Kepes; William C. Koehler; Nada Komnenovic; Fuat Koprulu; Konrad Kraft; Richard Krautheimer; Paul Oskar Kristeller; Costas P. Kyrris; Gerhart Ladner; David M. Lang; E. Lehmann; Karl Lehmann; Paul Lemerle; Kim Levkoff, The Spanish Institute; H. Lietzmann; Robert S. Lopez; Franklin M. Ludden; H. G. Lunt; Pierre MacKay; Loren C. MacKinney; MacMillan & Company; Vlado Madarić; Domenico Maffei; Henry Maguire; Lilian Malcove; G. Manthey, Right Reverend; Daniel D. McGarry; C. J. G. Meade; Mediaeval Academy of America; Millard Meiss; Mary Ann Michele, Sister; Herbert Michelman; Ulrich Middeldorf; Dean A. Miller; Salvador Miranda; Charles Mitchell; Don R. Mitchell; James Moenke; Ann Moffatt; George R. Monks; James N. Montague; Ann Moore; Musée du Verre de la Ville de Liège; Paul M. Mylonas; Lydia Nadejena; G. Nandris; Herbert Nesselhauf; David Oats; Charles E. Odegaard; Klaus Oehler; Harold H. Oliver; James H. Oliver; John O’Meara; Giuseppe Ongaro; Oxford University Press; Otto Paecht; Rudi Paret; David C. Pellett; Photius M .Petsas; Clyde Pharr; Guido Pignato; John H. Plummer; John A. Pope; Gaines Post; Kendrick Pritchett; Nathan M. Pusey; John Quaesten; A. E. Raubitschek; H. Neil Richardson; Lenore M. Rickels; Evelyn Roache; Ralph Robinson; Erwin Rosenthal; Peter M. Rouzitsky; Francis J. Ryley; Richard Pipes; Rudolf M. Riefstahl; Nilo Salgado; J. W. Salomonson; David A. Sandberg; A. O. Sarkissian; Willibard Sauerländer; Meyer Schapiro; Karl Schefold; Michael E. Schiltz; Percy E. Schramm; Kenneth M. Setton; Henri Seyrig; Giulia Sinibaldi; Seymour Slive; Morton Smith; Craig Hugh Smyth; Ingeborg R. Sonn; E. Spajić; Henri Stern; George Stričević; Oliver Strunk; James H. Stubblebine; C. H. V. Sutherland; Hanns Swarzenski; Karl M. Swoboda; Jean Taralon; George Theokritoff; Paul Tillich; Sylvia J. Tomalin; Constantine Trypanis; Alexander Turyn; William R. Tyler; UNESCO; University of Minnesota; Hermann Usener; Stephen Viederman; Wolfgang Freiedrich Volbach; Victorine von Gonzenback; G. E. von Grunebaum; Endre von Ivánka; Dimitri Vučković; Walter de Gruyter & Company; Morris K. Webb; Don C. Weed; Wladimir Weidlé; Reinoud Weijenborg, Reverend; Gladys D. Weinberg; Kurt Weitzman; J. Weitzmann-Fiedler; Lynn White, Jr.; Friedrich Wittig; Harry A. Wolfson; André Xyngopoulos; Hilde Zaloscer; James J. Zatko, Reverend; Cherif Zulficer.

Title: Ernst Kitzinger Papers

Inclusive Date: 1942-2007.

Language(s): English, French, German, Italian, Latin, and Turkish.

Quantity: 12 series in 12 folders

 

ADMINISTRATIVE INFORMATION

Acquisition Information: These papers came to the Dumbarton Oaks Archives at an unknown date.

Processing Information: These papers were inventoried by James N. Carder in 1999 and processed by Mary Ferranti in 2013.

Terms of Use and Access: These papers can be used for research and publication purposes.

Physical Access: An appointment is required for access to these papers. For appointment and queries contact James N. Carder, Archivist, carderj@doaks.org.

Preferred Citation: Ernst Kitzinger Papers, Dumbarton Oaks Archives. Courtesy of Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C.

 

HISTORICAL NOTE

Ernst Kitzinger was a German-born Byzantine and medieval art historian who spent much of his adult life in America and England. Kitzinger was born in Munich, Germany in 1912. He attended the Max-Gymnasium in Munich, where he graduated in 1931, and universities in Munich where he studied art history, archaeology, and philosophy between 1931 and 1934. Kitzinger left Germany in 1935 and went to Rome and then to England, where he accepted a position at the British Museum. When England entered the war against Germany, Kitzinger was interned as an enemy alien and evacuated to Australia. After his release in 1941, he emigrated to the United States where he was appointed a Junior Fellow in Byzantine Studies (1941–1943) at the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection in Washington, D.C.

Kitzinger returned to Dumbarton Oaks in 1945 as a Fellow in Byzantine Studies (1945–1946). He became Assistant Professor (1946–1951), Associate Professor (1951–1956), and Professor (1956–1966) of Byzantine Art and Archaeology at Dumbarton Oaks. He was a Fulbright Scholar (1950–1951), undertaking research on the Byzantine mosaics of the Norman kingdom of Sicily, and a Guggenheim Fellow (1953–1954), continuing field research in Italy, Greece, Yugoslavia, and Turkey. Between 1955 and 1966, Kitzinger was Director of Byzantine Studies at Dumbarton Oaks. In 1966, Kitzinger accepted an appointment at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. In 1967, he became Harvard University’s first A. Kingsley Porter University Professor. In 1979, he retired from Harvard and moved to Oxford, England. He died in Poughkeepsie, New York in 2003.

 

SCOPE AND CONTENT

The Ernst Kitzinger Papers contain his correspondence, newspaper clippings, minutes, notes, offprints, pamphlets, postcards, prospectuses, and reports.

 

COLLECTION INVENTORY AND DESCRIPTION

Series 1: Correspondence A–C (1955–1977).

Correspondents:

W. F. Albright (1957)

American Council of Learned Societies (1958–1960)

American Philosophical Society (1959)

E. Robert Andry (1962)

Gregory T. Armstrong (1964–1966)

David W. Bailey (1959–1963)

Anastasius C. Bandy (1961)

M. J. Baudry (1955)

Giovanni Becatti (1963–1964)

Luigi Bernabò-Brea (1957)

Alessandro Bettagno (1960)

Herbert Bloch (1959)

Harry Bober (1965)

James D. Breckenridge (1965)

P. H. Brieger (1962)

Eberhard F. Bruck (1960)

Douglas W. Bryant (1964)

Hans H. Buchwald (1962)

Frederick Burkhardt (1958–1960)

Millar Burrows (1956)

Canadian Universities Foundation (1960–1962)

Leonard Carmichael (1956)

Alberta Carpenter (1956–1964)

John P. Cavarnos (1956)

Marshall Clagett (1958)

Kenneth W. Clark (1957–1958)

Peter Colaclides (1964–1965)

Giles Constable (1977)

R.N.S Craig (1958)

G.P. Cuttino (1961)

Series 2: Correspondence D–G (1955–1966) and Miscellaneous.

Correspondents:

Rae Dalven (1964)

Marie Therese d’Alverny (1961)

Antonio Daneu (1957)

D. H. Daugherty, American Council of Learned Societies (1957)

Deadlines (1962–1964)

F. B. Deknatel (1965)

R. de Vaux (1964)

Charles E. Dibble (1965)

Wachtang Z. Djobadze (1959–1966)

Charles R. Dodwell (1966)

Sterling Dow (1957)

John P. Elder (1956)

L. D. Ettlinger (1956)

Semavi Eyice (1966)

Dante B. Fascell (1964)

Giuseppe Fiocco (1957–1958)

Mother A. Fiske (1965)

George H. Forsyth (1956–1965)

William H. Forsyth (1959)

R. Ghirshman (1959)

Gerd A. Gillhoff (1959)

Erwin R. Goodenough (1955–1956)

Michael R. E. Gough (1963–1964)

Miscellaneous:

Brochure: “Spotlight on the Middle East.” (A two-week event highlighting the history and culture of Middle Eastern countries, February 1, 1961–February 15, 1961).

Newspaper clipping: “Lectures on Culture, Art, Spotlight Middle East,” The Daily Utah Chronicle, February 2, 1961. (Lectures by Wachtang Djobadze and Aziz Atiya).

Newspaper clipping: “2 bin yil oncesine ait yeni kiliseler bulundu…,” [Unkown source], [1963]. (Sent to Ernst Kitzinger by Wachtang Djobadze regarding a newly discovered church in Nigde, Turkey).

Series 3: Correspondence H–K (1942–1969) and Miscellaneous.

Correspondents:

Horst Hallensleben (1964)

W. B. Hanning (1956)

M. Columban Hawkins, Right Reverend (1962)

William S. Heckscher (1960–1964)

Adelheid Heimann (1962–1963)

Paul Henry (1955–1956)

Jacques Heurgon (1963)

Douglas Horton (1957)

International Congress of Christian Archaeology (1964–1965)

Andrew Jameson (1964)

I. Jandova (1959)

Adolf Katzenellenbogen (1958)

Gyorgy Kepes (1962)

William C. Koehler (1961–1962)

Nada Komnenovic (1964)

Fuat Koprulu (1959)

Konrad Kraft (1962)

Richard Krautheimer (1942–1969)

Paul Oskar Kristeller (1956–1962)

Costas P. Kyrris (1963)

Miscellaneous:

Pamphlet: Costas P. Kyrris, “TO KOINΩNIKO KAI ΠOɅlTIΣTIKO KɅIMA THΣ KYΠPOY ΣTA ΠPΩTA XPONIA THΣ AΓΓOKPATIAΣ MEΣ AΠO ANEKΔOTA EΓΓPAΦA.”

Series 4: Correspondence L–N (1949–1992).

Correspondents:

Gerhart Ladner (1949–1957)

David M. Lang (1961)

E. Lehmann (1959)

Karl Lehmann (1956)

Paul Lemerle (1955)

Kim Levkoff, The Spanish Institute (1959)

H. Lietzmann (1959)

Robert S. Lopez (1955–1957)

Franklin M. Ludden (1956)

H.G. Lunt (1964)

Pierre MacKay (1959–1960)

Loren C. MacKinney (1959)

MacMillan & Company (1962)

Vlado Madarić (1959)

Domenico Maffei (1963)

Henry Maguire (1992)

Lilian Malcove (1965)

G. Manthey, Right Reverend (1962)

Daniel D. McGarry (1958)

C. J. G. Meade (1966)

Mediaeval Academy of America (1960–1962)

Millard Meiss (1960–1962)

Mary Ann Michele, Sister (1969)

Herbert Michelman (1965)

Ulrich Middeldorf (1965)

Dean A. Miller (1962)

Salvador Miranda (1964)

Charles Mitchell (1956)

Don R. Mitchell (1968)

James Moenke (1963)

Ann Moffatt (1963)

George R. Monks (1962)

James N. Montague (1963)

Ann Moore (1965)

Musée du Verre de la Ville de Liège (1961)

Paul M. Mylonas (1962–1963)

Lydia Nadejena (1949–1957)

G. Nandris (1962–1968)

Herbert Nesselhauf (1961)

Series 5: Correspondence O–R (1949–1966).

Correspondents:

David Oats (1962–1963)

Charles E. Odegaard (1956–1961)

Klaus Oehler (1961)

Harold H. Oliver (1957–1960)

James H. Oliver (1966)

John O’Meara (1960–1961)

Giuseppe Ongaro (1965)

Oxford University Press (1957–1959)

Otto Paecht (1956–1959)

Rudi Paret (1959)

David C. Pellett (1962–1964)

Photius M. Petsas (1962)

Clyde Pharr (1949–1950)

Guido Pignato (1956–1958)

John H. Plummer (1966)

John A. Pope (1956–1957)

Gaines Post (1959–1960)

Kendrick Pritchett (1959)

Nathan M. Pusey (1961)

John Quaesten (1957)

A.E. Raubitschek (1959)

H. Neil Richardson (1957–1958)

Lenore M. Rickels (1958)

Evelyn Roache (1965)

Ralph Robinson (1957)

Erwin Rosenthal (1956)

Peter M. Rouzitsky (1963–1964)

Francis J. Ryley (1963)

Richard Pipes (1964)

Rudolf M. Riefstahl (1957)

Series 6: Correspondence S–T (1952–1974) and Miscellaneous.

Correspondents:

Nilo Salgado (1965)

J. W. Salomonson (1964)

David A. Sandberg (1966)

A. O. Sarkissian (1963)

Willibard Sauerländer (1961–1962)

Meyer Schapiro (1965)

Karl Schefold (1958)

Michael E. Schiltz (1959–1960)

Percy E. Schramm (1957)

Kenneth M. Setton (1957)

Henri Seyrig (1964–1965)

Giulia Sinibaldi (1956)

Seymour Slive (1965)

Morton Smith (1959)

Craig Hugh Smyth (1956)

Ingeborg R. Sonn (1955)

E. Spajić (1962)

Henri Stern (1964)

George Stričević (1965)

Oliver Strunk (1963–1964)

James H. Stubblebine (1965)

C. H. V. Sutherland (1962)

Hanns Swarzenski (1964–1965)

Karl M. Swoboda (1958–1959)

Jean Taralon (1958)

George Theokritoff (1963)

Paul Tillich (1958)

Sylvia J. Tomalin (1966)

Constantine Trypanis (1960)

Alexander Turyn (1952–1962)

William R. Tyler (1968–1974)

Miscellaneous:

Newspaper clipping: Peter Hopkirk, “Pirates of the Lost Cities,” The London Times, February 14, 1970.

Series 7: Correspondence U–Z (1951–1966).

Correspondents:

UNESCO (1956–1965)

University of Minnesota (1959)

Hermann Usener (1965)

Stephen Viederman (1962)

Wolfgang Friedrich Volbach (1956–1963)

Victorine von Gonzenback (1958)

G. E. von Grunebaum (1962)

Endre von Ivánka (1962)

Dimitri Vučković (1961)

Walter de Gruyter & Company (1960)

Morris K. Webb (1966)  

Don C. Weed (1962)

Wladimir Weidlé (1964–1965)

Reinoud Weijenborg, Reverend (1959)

Gladys D. Weinberg (1958)

Kurt Weitzman (1951–1962)

J. Weitzmann-Fiedler (1962)

Lynn White, Jr. (1951–1964)

Friedrich Wittig (1957)

Harry A. Wolfson (1953–1964)

André Xyngopoulos (1959–1960)

Hilde Zaloscer (1959)

James J. Zatko, Reverend (1961)

Cherif Zulficer (1955)

Series 8: Correspondence (1953-1999) related to Publication Materials, and Miscellaneous.

Correspondents:

Maurizio Armaroli (1988–1990)

J. J. Augustin (1959)

Lucy Baglia (1978)

Fanny Bonajuto (1972)

Katherine Donaldson (1974–1976)

L. Carrington Goodrich (1958)

Barbara Gretzinger (1973)

Instituto Siciliano Di Studi Bizantini E Neoellenici (1988–1995)

Frances Kianka (1988)

Dale Kinney (1987)

W. Eugene Kleinbauer (1976)

Angeliki E. Laiou (1989–1995)

Bruno Lavagnini (1987–1998)

Gary Lawton (1978)

Nuova Alfa Editoriale (1988–1990)

Glen Ruby (1988–1990)

Emanuela Spinsanti (1990)

Alice-Mary Talbot (1999)

Natalia Teteriatnikov (1987)

John S. Thacher (1959)

Robert W. Thomson (1987–1989)

John Vint (1976)

Judith Wardman (1988)

Julia Warner (1953?–1978)

Miscellaneous:

Newspaper clipping: Cyril Mango, “Artifacts of the Abstract,” Times Literary Supplement, March 25, 1977. (2 photocopies of article. Mango critiques Kitzinger’s work, The Art of Byzantium and the Medieval West).

Newspaper clipping: Ernst Kitzinger, “The Art of Byzantium,” Times Literary Supplement, May 6, 1977. (2 photocopies of article. Kitzinger rebuts Mango’s review of his collected essays).

Newspaper clipping: Cyril Mango, “The Art of Byzantium,” Times Literary Supplement, May 20, 1977, p. 621. (3 photocopies of article. Mango takes issue with Kitzinger’s rebuttal).

Prospectus: “A Critical and Historical Corpus of Florentine Painting by Richard Offner.”

Prospectus: “Traditio, Studies in Ancient and Medieval History, Thought and Religion. Fordham University Press, New York.”

Typescript: “Publications Committee Meeting, Monday, 4 May 1970, 11:30 A.M.” (Draft).

Typescript: “DRAFT for Report of the Academic Year 1969-1970, PUBLICATIONS.”

Series 9: Correspondence, Documents and Miscellaneous pertaining to the report submitted by Ernst Kitzinger (Chair), and the Committee on the Future of the Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, 1970.

Correspondents:

Paul J. Alexander (1970)

John W. Barker (1970)

Giles Constable (1970)

John Coolidge (1970)

John T. Dunlop (1971)

George H. Forsyth (1970)

Oleg Grabar (1970–1971)

Cyril Mango (1970)

Penelope Mayo (1970)

Nathan M. Pusey (1970)

William R. Tyler (1970)

Robert Lee Wolff (1970)

David Wright (1970)

Miscellaneous:

Minutes: “Committee on the Future of the Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, February 28, 1970 at 10:45 a.m., Present: Professors Constable, Fainsod, Forsyth, Grabar, Kitzinger (Chair), Krautheimer, Mango, Ševčenko.” (Draft).

Minutes: “Minutes of the Committee for the Review of Byzantine Studies, March 14, 1970 at 9:40 a.m., Present: Professors Constable, Fainsod, Forsyth, Grabar, Kitzinger (Chair), Krautheimer, Mango, Miles, Ševčenko. Mr. Coolidge was consultant for the morning session, Mr. Teall for the afternoon session.” (Draft).

Minutes: “Committee on the Future of the Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, April 13, 1970 at 10 a.m. in Cambridge. Present: Professors Constable, Fainsod, Forsyth, Kitzinger (Chair), Krautheimer, Mango, Miles, Ševčenko.” (Draft).

Minutes: “Committee on the Future of the Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, May 3, 1970 at 10 a.m. in Washington. Present: Professors Constable, Fainsod, Forsyth, Kitzinger (Chair), Krautheimer, Mango, Miles, Ševčenko.” (Draft).

Minutes: “Committee on the Future of the Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, June 5, 1970 at 10 a.m., in Cambridge. Present: Professors Constable, Fainsod, Forsyth, Kitzinger (Chair), Krautheimer, Mango, Miles, Ševčenko.” (Draft).

Report: “Report of the Committee on the Future of the Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, 1970.” (Draft).

Series 10: Ernst Kitzinger’s Manuscript, “The Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies.”

Manuscript: Ernst Kitzinger, “The Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies.” Undated.

Offprint: Ernst Kitzinger, “The Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies,” Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas Neue Folge 10, no. 3, (October 1962): 486–91.

Series 11: Obituaries, Correspondence and Miscellaneous (2003–2007).

Correspondents:

Susan Babbitt (2007)

Joseph Conners (2003)

Adrian Kitzinger (2003)

Beatrice Kitzinger (2007)

Rachel Kitzinger (2003)

Christine Kondoleon (2003)

Henry Maguire (2003)

Caitlin McGurk (2003)

Virginia E. Miller (2003)

Robert Ousterhout (2003)

Jeffrey Quilter (2003)

Alice-Mary Talbot (2003–2007)

Miscellaneous:

Draft: John Mitchell with Rachel, Adrian, Elizabeth and Tony Kitzinger. “Obituary for Ernst Kitzinger,” January 29, 2003.

Memorial: “Ernst Kitzinger: Memorial Minute Adopted by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Harvard University, October 21, 2003.” Submitted by Ioli Kalavrezou, Angeliki Laiou, David Mitten, Jeffrey Hamburger. (2 copies).

Notice: “Ernst Kitzinger: 1912–2003,” Dumbarton Oaks’ announcement of the death of Ernst Kitzinger.

Obituary: “Ernst Kitzinger Distinguished Historian who Escaped Germany to Study the Art as Greece and Rome Fell,” The Times (London), n.d. (Copy).

Obituary: Julian Gardner, “Ernst Kitzinger Influential Historian of Byzantine Art,” The Independent, February 8, 2003. (Copy).

Obituary: Ken Gewertz, “Esteemed Medieval Art Historian Kitzinger Dies at 90,” Harvard University Gazette, January 30, 2003. (Copy).

Obituary: Ella Hoffman, “University Professor, Art Historian Dies At 90,” The Harvard Crimson, February 7, 2003. (Copy).

Obituary: Ken Johnson, “Ernst Kitzinger, 90, Professor and Writer on Byzantine Art,” [unknown source], 2003. (Photocopy).

Obituary: John Mitchell, “Ernst Kitzinger Art Historian, Munich Dec. 27th 1912 – Poughkeepsie 22nd January 2003.” (Unpublished, 2003).

Obituary: John Mitchell, “Ernst Kitzinger Great Historian of Early Christian Art,” The Guardian (January 29, 2003). (Copy).

Offprint: John Mitchell, “Ernst Kitzinger: 27 December 1912 – 22 January 2003,” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 151, no. 3 (September, 2007): 346–50.

Photocopy: Hans Belting, “Laudatio Auf Ernst Kitzinger,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers 41 (Washington, D.C., 1987): xi–xvi.

Series 12: Ernst Kitzinger Memorial Colloquim: 2005.

Curriculum Vitae: “Ernst Kitzinger.”

Proceedings: “Proceedings of the Ernst Kitzinger Memorial Colloquium: Under the Direction of Henry Maguire and Alice-Mary Talbot, March 4-5, 2005, Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D.C.” Contents Includes:

Alice-Mary Talbot, “The Kitzinger Years at Dumbarton Oaks.”

Anna Gonosova, “Ernst Kitzinger at Harvard.”

Lawrence Nees, “Some Remarks on Ernst Kitzinger’s Contributions to Scholarship.”

Christine Kondoleon, “Recontextualizing the Worcester Hunt.”

Eunice Dauterman Maguire, “Gesture and Equilibrium, Leaves and Trees in the Divine Presence.”

Henry Maguire, “Further Reflections on Portraiture in Early Byzantine Art.”

James Trilling, “Cautionary Scenes in Early Byzantine Secular Art.”

Laila Abdel-Malek, “Ornament in the Joseph Tapestries and Related Coptic Textiles.”

John Mitchell, “Believing is Seeing: The Natural Image in Late Antiquity.”

Ruth Kolarik, “Stobi: As Time Goes By.”

William Tronzo, “From Castelseprio to the Norman Palace in Palermo.”

Rebecca Corrie, “The Polesden Lacey Triptych and the Question of Greek Painters in Italy.”

Madeline Caviness, “Multiculturalism and the Mining Law of Novo Brdo.”