Index of Medieval Art

Arts of the East ~ Byzantine Studies in Princeton

Arts of the East ~ Byzantine Studies in PrincetonOctober 16, 2008

Slobodan Ćurčić
Princeton University
Representations of Towers in Byzantine Art. The Question of Meaning

Anthony Cutler
Penn State University
Legal Iconicity: The Documentary Image, Sacred Space and the Work of the Beholder

Helen C. Evans
Metropolitan Museum of Art
An Armenian Khatchkar: A Gospel in Stone?

Catherine Jolivet-Lévy
École Pratique des Hautes Études, Université Paris-Sorbonne
Looking Again and Anew at Cappadocia: Bahattin samanligi kilisesi at Belisirma Revisited

Sofia Kotzabassi
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Manuscripts Speaking: the History of Readership and Ownership

Eunice and Henry Maguire
Johns Hopkins University
Moslems, Christians, and Iconoclasm: Some Erasures from the Early Islamic Period

Robert Ousterhout
University of Pennsylvania
Byzantium between East and West and the Origins of Heraldry

Nancy Sevcenko
Independent Scholar
Monastic Challenges: Manuscripts of the Heavenly Ladder of John Climacus in Princeton and on Patmos

Don C. Skemer
Princeton University
From Byzantium to Princeton: A Century of Collecting Greek Manuscripts

Gary Vikan
Walters Art Museum
When St. Luke Painted the Virgin — Musing on Things Not Made by Human Hands