2010–2011

Late Roman and Byzantine Weights in the Collection of the Istanbul Archaeology Museum
Oğuz Tekin, Istanbul University, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Vernacular Byzantine Translations and the Medieval European Romance, 1350–1550
Kostas Yiavis, Cornell University, Fellow 2010–2011
 
Ptochoprodromika: Edition, Translation, Commentary, with Introduction
Margaret B. Alexiou, Harvard University, Summer Fellow 2010
 
The Byzantine Hellene: Emperor Theodore Ⅱ Laskaris and the Transformation of Byzantine Culture after 1204
Dimiter G. Angelov, Harvard University/University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, Fellow 2010–2011, Spring
 
Icons of Military Saints in Egypt and the Eastern Mediterranean: Image and Community in the Ninth–Thirteenth Centuries
Heather Badamo, University of Michigan, Junior Fellow 2010–2011
 
Warfare in Later Byzantium
Mark C. Bartusis, Northern State University, Aberdeen, Fellow 2010–2011
 
The Art of Death in Byzantium: Funerary Art and Architecture, 1204–1453
Sarah T. Brooks, James Madison University, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Characterization of Coptic Textiles: The Collection of the Textile and Clothing Museum of Barcelona
Ana Cabrera L., Museo Nacional De Artes Decorativas, Madrid, Spain, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Temple Sleep from Antiquity to Byzantium: Healing, Dreaming, and Storytelling
Ildiko Csepregi, University of Reading, United Kingdom, Fellow 2010–2011, Fall
 
Mapping Sacred Landscapes in Byzantium
Veronica della Dora, University of Bristol, United Kingdom, Fellow 2010–2011, Spring
 
The Papacy and the Spread of Greek Learning in the Medieval West
Réka Forrai, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary, Fellow 2010–2011
 
Retelling the Family: Blood Ties in Egyptian Monasticism (Fourth–Seventh Centuries)
Mariachiara Giorda, University of Turin, Italy, Summer Fellow 2010
 
The Byzantine Aftermath of Aphthonius’s Progymnasmata
Manfred Kraus, University of Tübingen, Fellow 2010–2011, Fall
 
In Search of the “Eastern” Image: Sacred Painting in Eighth- and Ninth-Century Rome
Annie Labatt, Junior Fellow 2010–2011
 
A New Historical Introduction to Byzantine Chant
Alexander L. Lingas, City University London, United Kingdom/European Humanities Research Centre, University of Oxford, Summer Fellow 2010
 
A Commentary and Translation of the Three Byzantine Dramatia: Katomyomachia, Dramation, and Bion prasis
Przemysław Marciniak, University of Silesia, Poland, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Optics and Aesthetics in Theodoros Metochites
Sergei Mariev, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Germany, Summer Fellow 2010
 
“Imagine There’s a Tragelaph”: Phantasia and Aesthetics in the Middle Byzantine Period (Ninth–Twelfth Centuries)
Aglae Pizzone, University of Milan, Fellow 2010–2011
 
The Syriac Translation Movement: Shaping Greek Education for a Christian Society
Alberto Rigolio, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Agrarian Change in Byzantium, ca. 630–1204
Peter Sarris, Trinity College, University of Cambridge, Fellow 2010–2011, Fall
 
Marian Prefigurations in Byzantine Art: Evolution of the Main Types
Svetlana Sobkovitch, École pratique des hautes études, Université Paris-Sorbonne, France, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Objects of Power on the Edge of the Maya World: Early Copan Acropolis Tombs, Offerings, and Special Deposits
Ellen E. Bell, California State University, Stanislaus, Turlock, CA, Fellow 2010–2011
 
Duality in Mesoamerican Mortuary Practices: The Quick and the Dead
Molly Fierer-Donaldson, Harvard University, Junior Fellow 2010–2011, Fall
 
Merchant Trade in Prehispanic Mesoamerica
Kenneth Hirth, Pennsylvania State University, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Epi-Olmec Hieroglyphic Writing and Its Decipherment
John S. Justeson, University at Albany, State University of New York/University of South Carolina, Fellow 2010–2011
 
Naming Patterns in Preconquest Mexica Society
Anastasia Kalyuta, Russian Museum of Ethnography, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Formative Cosmovisions: Representation, Transformation, and Centrality
Peter Kaulicke, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima, Fellow 2010–2011
 
The Hydrographic City: Mapping Mexico City's Urban Form in Relation to Its Aquatic Condition, 1521–1700
John F. López, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Interlocking the Lima Culture: Intermediates Elites’ Power Strategies at Lote B, Lurín Valley, Peru
Giancarlo Marcone, University of Pittsburgh, Junior Fellow 2010–2011
 
Building on the Past: Temple Histories and Communities of Practice at Caobal, Petén, Guatemala
Jessica Munson, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, Junior Fellow 2010–2011
 
Murky Waters: Revisiting the Looting of the Sacred Cenote of Chichén Itzá, Yucatán
Adam Sellen, Centro Peninsular en Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales, UNAM, México, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Constructing the Pre-Columbian Past: Legitimacy, Tradition, and Dynastic Paintings of the Inka in Colonial Peru
Janet Stephens, University of California, Los Angeles, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Out of Urbs, Civitas: Landscapes of Forced Resettlement in the Zaña and Chamán Valleys, Peru
Nathaniel P. VanValkenburgh, Harvard University, Junior Fellow 2010–2011, Spring
 
Gardens, Fountains, and the Science of Waters: An Unpublished Treatise by Giovanni Antonio Nigrone (1609)
Anatole Tchikine, Trinity College Dublin – University of Dublin, Ireland, Fellow 2010–2011
 
Home Grown: Thomas Affleck’s Advocacy for Regional Identity in the American South, 1848–1868
James Schissel, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Junior Fellow 2010–2011
 
Flights of Imagination: Aviation and Innovation in Twentieth-Century Landscape Design and Planning
Sonja Dümpelmann, University of Maryland, Fellow 2010–2011
 
National Parks in the Service of Nation Building: The Pioneering Work of Lipa Yahalom and Dan Zur in Israel
Nurit Lissovsky, Technion–Israel Institute of Technology, Fellow 2010–2011
 
Over the Ocean: Women Immigrants in American Landscape Architecture in the 1940s and 1950s
Ulrike Krippner, Institut für Landschaftsarchitektur, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Pergolas and Pavilions in Italian Renaissance Gardens: A Study of the Printed Primary Sources
Natsumi Nonaka, School of Architecture, University of Texas at Austin, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Spatial Responses to Violence: Counter Monuments and Site-Specific Installations in Post-Apartheid South Africa
Jessica Hurd, Indiana University Bloomington, Summer Fellow 2010
 
Environment/Object/Ecosystem: Land Art after 1960
James Nisbet, California State University, Long Beach, Fellow 2010–2011, Spring
 
Grounds for Pleasure: The Pleasure Garden in Britain and America, 1660–1914
Jonathan Conlin, University of Southampton, Summer Fellow 2010