Lay Piety in Byzantium, ca. 600–850
Nicholas Marinides, Princeton University, Bliss Prize Fellow 2012–2013
Rethinking Byzantine Cappadocia
Robert Ousterhout, University of Pennsylvania, Fellow 2012–2013
Cross-Fertilizing Worlds: Schools and Monasteries in the Early Byzantine Period
Alberto Rigolio, University of Oxford, Junior Fellow 2012–2013, Fall
Image and Audience in the Ancillary Spaces of Monastic Churches in Late Byzantium
Rossitza Schroeder, Pacific School of Religion, Fellow 2012–2013, Fall
Critical Edition with Commentary of the Dialogue of Athanasius and Zacchaeus
Patrick Andrist, Université de Fribourg, Summer Fellow 2012
The Illustrations of the Arabic Gospels of Infancy (Firenze, Biblioteca Laurenziana cod. Orientale 387)
Massimo Bernabò, Università degli Studi di Pavia, Italy, Summer Fellow 2012
Translation and Commentary of George-Gennadios Scholarios’s Tracts on Predetermination
Matthew Briel, Fordham University, Summer Fellow 2012
A New Look at the History and Material Culture of the Pontic Region in the Early Byzantine Period: The Fine Pottery Evidence
Krzysztof Domżalski, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Summer Fellow 2012
Christians Beyond the Border: An Item on the Agenda of Byzantine Emperors?
Wolfram Drews, Universität Münster Historisches Seminar, Summer Fellow 2012
A Sensory Archaeology of the Riha Hoard
Heather Hunter Crawley, University of Bristol, Summer Fellow 2012
Ethiopian Monastic Translation: Dadisho Qatraya from Syriac to Ge‘ez
Robert A. Kitchen, Knox-Metropolitan United Church, Regina, Saskatchewan, Summer Fellow 2012
Byzantine Church Iconographic Programs and the Liturgy: The Case of Christ Anapeson
Manuela Studer-Karlen, Université de Fribourg, Summer Fellow 2012
Joseph Rhakendytes’ Synopsis of Rhetoric: Translation and Commentary
Jeffrey Walker, University of Texas, Austin, Summer Fellow 2012
The Canon Tables of the Gospels by Eusebius of Caesarea (Fourth Century): Critical Edition and Commentary
Martin Wallraff, University of Basel, Switzerland, Summer Fellow 2012
Money in Constantinople, the Sea of Marmara, and the Northeast Aegean during the Fourteenth Century
Julian Baker, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, United Kingdom, Fellow 2012–2013, Spring
Playfulness and Wit in Byzantine Letter Writing (Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries)
Floris Bernard, Universiteit Gent, Holland, Fellow 2012–2013
Indo-Byzantine Exchange (Fourth–Eighth Centuries): A Global History
Rebecca Darley, University of Birmingham, UK, Junior Fellow 2012–2013
See Something, Say Something: Toward a New Reading of Mesarites’ Description of the Church of the Holy Apostles in Constantinople
Beatrice Daskas, Milan, Junior Fellow 2012–2013
Marginal Money: Coins, Frontiers, and Barbarians in Early Byzantium (Sixth–Seventh Centuries)
Andrei Gandila, University of Florida, Junior Fellow 2012–2013
Frontier Spaces: Imagining Eastern Europe, ca. 750–900
Jakub Kabala, Harvard University, William Tyler Fellow 2011–2013
The Assimilation of Byzantine Art in Western Art of the Late Twelfth Century
Konstantina Karterouli, Harvard University, William Tyler Fellow 2011–2013
Syriac Monastic Anthologies: Reception and Transmission of Syriac and Greek Monastic Literature
Grigory Kessel, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Fellow 2012–2013
Byzantine Historiography: Caught Between Literary Ambition and the Demands of Scholarship?
Ralph-Johannes Lilie, Academy of Sciences Berlin–Brandenburg, Germany, Fellow 2012–2013, Spring
Living on the Edge: The Residential Spaces, Social Organization, and Dynamics of Isla Cerritos, a Maya Port
Dylan J. Clark, Harvard University, William R. Tyler Fellow 2011–2013
The Nunnery Quadrangle at Uxmal: Cosmos, Court, and Kingship in a Puuc Palace Complex
Jeff Karl Kowalski, Northern Illinois University, Fellow 2012–2013, Spring
The Integrative Role of the Middle Sicán Ancestor Veneration Cult, Northern North Coast of Peru (AD 950–1100)
Go Matsumoto, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Junior Fellow 2012–2013
Llama Caravans and Interregional Trade in the Southern Andes: Ethnographic and Archaeological Persperctives
Axel E. Nielsen, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, Fellow 2012–2013
Changing Otherworlds: Pre-Columbian Concepts of “Heaven” and “Hell” in the Context of Early Colonial Christianization in Highland Guatemala
Frauke Sachse, University of Bonn, Fellow 2012–2013
Hatun Cotuyoc: A Domestic Perspective on the Construction of a Wari Province and Empire in Huaro, Cusco, Peru
Maeve Skidmore, Southern Methodist University, Junior Fellow 2012–2013
Moche Mural Painting at Pañamarca: A Study of Image Making and Experience in Ancient Peru
Lisa Trever, Harvard University, William R. Tyler Fellow 2011–2013
Building Ritual Landscapes: The Hieroglyphic Stairway at the Classic Maya Center of El Palmar, Campeche, Mexico
Kenichiro Tsukamoto, University of Arizona, Junior Fellow 2012–2013
Art, Architecture, and Archaeology at Temple 16, Copán, Honduras
Ricardo Agurcia, Asociación Copán, Fellow 2012–2013, Spring
The Codex Mexicanus on the Mexica of Tenochtitlan-Tlatelolco
Lori Boornazian Diel, Texas Christian University, Summer Fellow 2012
A Marketplace of Ideas at Chichén Itzá: The Mercado and the Group of the Thousand Columns
Cynthia Kristan-Graham, Auburn University, Alabama, Summer Fellow 2012
Representing Death and Decomposition in Ancient Costa Rican Funerary Masks
Elisa C. Mandell, California State University, Fullerton, Summer Fellow 2012
The Price of Prestige: Examining Classic Maya Jade Artifact Use and Economic Organization
Erick Rochette, The Pennsylvania State University, Summer Fellow 2012
Episodes at the End of Landscape: Hudson River School to American Modernism
Maggie Cao, Harvard University, Junior Fellow 2012–2013
Landscape and Revolution In Ireland, France and America, 1710–1810
Finola O'Kane Crimmins, University College Dublin, Fellow 2012–2013, Spring
Fruits of Our Labor: A Social and Cultural History of Kitchen Gardening in Imperial Russia
Christine Ruane, University of Tulsa, Fellow 2012–2013
Landscapes on Paper: Western Accounts of Chinese Gardens from the Thirteenth to the Eighteenth Century
Bianca Maria Rinaldi, Università degli Studi di Camerino, Fellow 2012–2013, Fall
Politics and Ethics in Landscape Architecture: Spacing, Expression, and Representation in Jaffa’s Slope Park
Naama Meishar, The Hebrew University, Summer Fellow 2012
The World in a Book: Robert John Thornton’s Temple of Flora (1799–1812)
Miranda Mollendorf, Harvard University, Summer Fellow 2012
The Source of the Soul: Water for Villa Waterworks in Renaissance Rome
Katherine Rinne, California College of the Arts, Summer Fellow 2012
Setting Liberty’s Table
Terre Ryan, Loyola University Maryland, Summer Fellow 2012
An Imagination of the Chinese Shangri-La in a Western Way: Zhang Garden in Shanghai (1882–1918)
Xiangpin Zhou, Tongji University, China, Summer Fellow 2012
Landscape, Architecture, and Experience in the Villa Culture of Seventeenth-Century Rome
Mirka Beneš, University of Texas, Austin, Fellow 2012–2013
The Dumbarton Oaks Anthology of Chinese Garden Literature
Duncan Campbell, Australian National University, Summer Fellow 2012