Index of Medieval Art

Re-Defining Byzantium: Art and Thought in the Byzantine World

Re-Defining Byzantium: Art and Thought in the Byzantine WorldOctober 14-15, 2011

Michele Bacci
University of Fribourg
“A Maniera Latina” in the Levant?

Charles Barber
University of Notre Dame
Out of Sight: Painting and Perception in Fourteenth-Century Byzantium

Leslie Brubaker
University of Birmingham
Matronage, Patronage and the Cult of the Virgin

Gudrun Buehl
Dumbarton Oaks
The Staging of Byzantium: Some Thoughts on Byzantine Exhibition Making

Anastasia Drandaki
Benaki Museum
“A Maniera Greca”: Content, Context and Transformation of a Term

Helen Evans
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Artistic Relations-Connections, Disjunctions in the Arts of Byzantium and Islam

Sharon Gerstel
University of California, Los Angeles
Byzantine Folk Art: A Monumental Perspective

Ioli Kalavrezou
Harvard University
Looking Anew. Iconography Reconsidered

Holger Klein
Columbia University
Materiality and the Sacred: Byzantine Reliquaries and the Rhetoric of Enshrinement

Henry P. Maguire
Johns Hopkins University
Kurt Weitzmann and the Classical in Byzantine Art

Georgi Parpulov
University of Oxford
The Study of Byzantine Book Illumination: Past, Present, and Future

Bissera Pentcheva
Stanford University
The Concept of Eikon in Constantinople and at Sinai

Jelena Trkulja
Princeton University
Experiencing Faith: Byzantine Ecclesiastical Architecture Revisited

Maria Vassilaki
University of Thessaly
Defining and Redefining the Case of the Artist in Byzantium

Alicia Walker
Bryn Mawr College
“The Art That Does Not Think”: Byzantine “Decorative Arts”, History and Limits of a Concept