2015–2016

The Virgin Mary in the Byzantine World, 400–1200
Leslie Brubaker, University of Birmingham, Fellow 2015–2016, Spring
 
The Virgin Mary in the Byzantine World, 400–1200: Images, Texts, Relics, and Ceremony
Mary Cunningham, University of Nottingham, Fellow 2015–2016
 
The Horologion in Constantinople and Peripheries: Palatine, Secular, and Monastic Contexts
Stig Frøyshov, University of Oslo, Fellow 2015–2016
 
From Cross to Crucifix: Berthold of Nuremberg’s Dominican Rereading of Hrabanus Maurus’ “In Honor of the Holy Cross”
Jeffrey Hamburger, Harvard University, Fellow 2015–2016
 
The Privileged Burials of Early Byzantine Greece (Early Fourth to Early Seventh Century CE)
Yuri Marano, Collège de France, Monde Byzantin, Fellow 2015–2016
 
Studying Plato at Mystra: New Perspectives on Gemistos Pletho and His School
Fabio Pagani, Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Fellow 2015–2016
 
Theodore Prodromos: Writing Poetry and Schedography in Twelfth-Century Constantinople
Nikolaos Zagklas, University of Silesia, Fellow 2015–2016
 
Hermitages and Rock-Monasteries of Laconia (Eleventh–Fifteenth Century): The Landscape of Monasticism in a Byzantine Region
Ludovic Bender, University of Fribourg, Junior Fellow 2015–2016
 
A Historical Biography of Manuel II Palaiologos (1350–1425)
Siren Çelik, University of Birmingham, Junior Fellow 2015–2016
 
The Function of Text: Byzantine Reliquaries with Metrical Inscriptions, 843–1204
Bradley Hostetler, Florida State University, Junior Fellow 2015–2016
 
The Image of the Seljuk Turks among the Byzantine Literati of the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries
Roman Shliakhtin, Central European University, Junior Fellow 2015–2016
 
The Greek Gospel of Nicodemus in the Context of First-Millennium Culture
Anne-Catherine Baudoin, École Normale Supérieure, Paris, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Feeding Asceticism: The Archaeology of Byzantine Monastic Kitchens
Darlene Brooks Hedstrom, Wittenberg University, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Between Power and Demise: Reliquary of Barbara Frankopan Branković
Branislav Cvetković, Regional Museum of Jagodina, Balkan Studies Institute, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Texts, Authors, and Holy Men between Christian and Islamic Hagiographical Traditions
Reyhan Durmaz, Brown University, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Reading the “Life of Olympias”: A Case for Female Deaconesses at Constantinople
Roberta Franchi, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
“Hermippos,” “Hermodotos,” and “Musokles”: A Study of the Three Byzantine Dialogues
Przemyslaw Marciniak, University of Silesia, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Same-Sex Desire among Elite Men during the Time of the Macedonians
Mark Masterson, Victoria University of Wellington, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Patristic Citations in the Filioque Controversy of the Middle Byzantine Period
Brian Matz, Carroll College, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Frontier Politics: Veneto-Byzantine Relations, Civic Identity, and Imperial Hegemony, 697–1126
Phillip Mazero, Saint Louis University, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Mapping River and City in France, 1600–1640
Tom Conley, Harvard University, Fellow 2015–2016
 
“To Make It a Great Entrepot”: The Story of Baltimore’s Locust Point
Philip Jacks, George Washington University, Fellow 2015–2016, Spring
 
Gathering on the Ground: Experiencing Landscape in American Outdoor Theaters
Linda Jewell, University of California, Berkeley, Fellow 2015–2016, Fall
 
Wilderness Urbanisms: Architecture, Landscape, and Travel in Precolonial India
Tamara Sears, Yale University, Fellow 2015–2016
 
Growing Children Out of Doors: California’s Open-Air Schools and Children’s Health, 1907–1917
Camille Behnke Shamble, University of Virginia, Junior Fellow 2015–2016
 
A Colony by Design: Nature, Knowledge, and the Transformation of Landscape in the Delaware Valley, 1680–1780
Shuichi Wanibuchi, Harvard University, Junior Fellow 2015–2016
 
Landscape Materiality: Innovation and Convention from Modernism to the Present
Timothy Baird, Pennsylvania State University, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
“If Eve Had Had a Spade in Paradise . . .”: Elizabeth von Arnim and Her Gardens (1898–1914)
Francois Dupuigrenet Desroussilles, Florida State University, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
The Gardens of Lingnan: Valorizing the Third Garden Culture in China
Josepha Richard, University of Sheffield, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
The Parlor of the Metropolis: Public Parks and Open Space in the British Concessions of China, 1842–1937
Yichi Zhang, University of Technology, Sydney, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Anticipatory Urbanization Strategies for In-Situ Oil Sands Extraction in Nigeria
Christina Milos, University of Hannover, Mellon Fellow 2015–2016, Fall
 
Adaptive Land-Water Edges in Indian Cities
Alpa Nawre, Kansas State University, Mellon Fellow 2015–2016, Spring
 
The Nature of Urban Coastal Resiliency: Twentieth-Century Governance, Environmental Management, and Design
Kara Schlichting, Queens College, City University of New York, Mellon Fellow 2015–2016, Spring
 
Washington’s Sewer History: Ideological, Technological, and Environmental Evolution
David Wooden, District Department of the Environment, Mellon Fellow 2015–2016, Fall
 
Out of Many, One: Collective Governance and Its Visual Ramifications in Pre-Columbian Jalisco, Mexico
Christopher Beekman, University of Colorado, Denver, Fellow 2015–2016
 
William Fash
William Fash, Harvard University, Fellow 2015–2016
 
Ritual and Politics at the Preclassic Maya Center of Ceibal, Guatemala
Takeshi Inomata, University of Arizona, Fellow 2015–2016
 
The Development of Social Inequality at the Preclassic Maya Center of Ceibal, Guatemala
Daniela Triadan, University of Arizona, Fellow 2015–2016
 
The Dead Rose from the Ground: Ancestors and Political Authority in a Post-Collapse Andean Society (1000–1450 CE)
Erika Brant, University of Virginia, Junior Fellow 2015–2016
 
The Early Mesoamerican City of Izapa and the Southern Maya Region
Rebecca Mendelsohn, University at Albany, State University of New York, Junior Fellow 2015–2016
 
Shifting Landscape: Depictions of Environmental and Cultural Disruption in the “Mapa Uppsala”
Jennifer Saracino, Tulane University, Junior Fellow 2015–2016
 
Palace and Home: Creating and Maintaining an Elite Identity at Postclassic Xaltocan
Kirby Farah, University of California, Riverside, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Discovering the Mysteries of the “Oztoticpac Lands Map”: Paleography and Translation of Nahua Land Cadastre
Anastasia Kalyuta, Russian Museum of Ethnography, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Deer Imagery in Ancient Maya Art
Matthew Looper, California State University, Chico, Summer Fellow 2015–2016
 
Maya in the Middle
David Reed, University of Michigan, Summer Fellow 2015–2016