Averil Cameron, Oxford
‘The absence of Byzantium’, Nea Hestia 1807 (January 2008) 4-59, with responses in subsequent issues in 2008 by scholars including E. Patlagean, D. Kyrtatas, S. Curcic and E. Chrysos; ‘The violence of orthodoxy’, in Eduard Iricinschi and Holger M. Zellentin, eds., Heresy and Identity in Late Antiquity (Tübingen, Mohr Siebeck 2008) 102-14.
‘Enforcing Orthodoxy in Byzantium’, in Kate Cooper and Jeremy Gregory, eds., Discipline and Diversity (Studies in Church History 43, Woodbridge 2007) 1-24; ‘Byzantium between East and West’, in J.-M. Spieser, ed., Présence de Byzance. Texts Textes réunis par Jean-Michel Spieser (Lausanne 2007) 113-33; ‘A.H.M.Jones and the End of the Ancient World’, in D.H. Gwynn, ed., A.H.M. Jones and the Later Roman Empire (Brill’s Series on the Early Middle Ages (BSEMA) 15, Leiden and Boston 2008) 231-49.
Forthcoming: ‘The absence of Byzantium’, Nea Hestia January 2008 (in English and Greek).
The Byzantines (Blackwells, Oxford 2006); ‘Constantine and the peace of the church’, in Margaret Mitchell and Frances Young, eds., Cambridge History of Christianity I (Cambridge 2006) 538-51; ‘Constantius and Constantine: an exercise in publicity’, in Elizabeth Hartley, Jane Hawkes and Martin Henig, eds., Constantine the Great. York’s Roman Emperor (Aldershot 2006) 18-30; ‘Constantine and Christianity’, ibid., 96-103; ‘Art and the Christian Imagination’, Eastern Christian Art 2 (2005) 1-8; ‘New themes and styles in later Greek literature – a title revisited’, in Scott Fitzgerald Johnson, ed., Greek Literature in Late Antiquity. Dynamism, Didacticism, Classicism (Aldershot 2006) 11-28.
Forthcoming: ‘Byzantium between East and West’, in J.-M. Spieser, ed., Présence de Byzance (Lausanne 2006); ‘The violence of orthodoxy’, in Holger Zellentin and Edward Iricinschi, eds., Heresy and Identity in Late Antiquity (Tübingen 2006); ‘Enforcing Orthodoxy in Byzantium’, in Kate Cooper and Jeremy Gregory, eds., Discipline and Diversity, Studies in Church History 43 (Woodbridge).
'Democratization revisited – culture and late antique and early Byzantine elites', in John Haldon (ed.), Elites Old and New in the Byzantine and Early Islamic Near East, Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam I.6 (Princeton, Darwin Press 2005), 91-107; 'The reign of Constantine, AD 306-337', Cambridge Ancient History XII (Cambridge 2005) 90-109.
Forthcoming: 'The Byzantines' (Blackwells, Peoples of the World), due out, August 2006.
‘The early cult of
the Virgin’, in Maria Vassilaki, ed., The Mother of God. Representations of the Virgin in
Byzantine Art (Milan and Athens, 2000), 3-15; ‘Robert Browning
1914-1997’, Proceedings of the British
Academy 105 (2000),
289-306; ‘Conclusion, De Aedificiis:
le texte de Procope et les réalités’, Antiquité tardive 8
(2000), 177-80; ‘Late antiquity’, in H. Mayr-Harting, ed., Christianity
through Two Millenia (Oxford, 2000), 21-43.
ed. with Bryan Ward-Perkins and Michael Whitby, Late Antiquity:
Empire and Successors, Cambridge Ancient History vol. XIV, AD 425-600
(Cambridge, 2000); 'The Reign of Justinian, ibid; 'Vandal and Byzantine
Africa', ibid; 'Bury, Baynes and Toynbee', in Robin Cormack and Elizabeth
Jeffreys, eds., Through the Looking Glass. Byzantium through British
Eyes (Aldershot, 2000), 163-176; 'Form and Meaning: The Vita Constantini
and the Vita Antonii', in Tomas Hägg and Philip Rousseau, eds., Greek Biography and Panegyric in Late Antiquity (Berkeley and Los
Angeles, 2000), 72-88; 'The Early Cult of the Virgin', in Maria Vasilaki,
ed., The Mother of God. Representations of the Virgin in Byzantine
Art (Milan and Athens, 2000), 3-15; 'Robert Browning 1914-1997', Proceedings
of the British Academy 105 (2000), 289-306.
Social language and its private deployment, in Evangelos Chrysos
and Ian Wood, eds., East and West: Modes of Communication. Proceedings
of the First Plenary Conference at Merida (Leiden, 1999), 111-25; Desire
in Byzantium: the Ought and the Is, in Liz James, ed., Desire
and Denial in Byzantium (Aldershot, 1999), 205-13; On defining
the holy man, in James Howard-Johnston and Paul Antony Hayward,
eds., The Cult of Saints in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (Oxford,
1999), 27-43; Remaking the past, G.W. Bowersock,
Peter Brown and Oleg Grabar, eds., Late Antiquity. A Guide to the Postclassical
World (Cambridge, Mass., 1999), 1-20; (with S.G. Hall), Eusebius,
Life of Constantine, introduction, translation and commentary, Clarendon
Ancient History Series (Oxford, 1999).
Dr. Maria Constantoudaki-Kitromilides,
University of Athens, Greece
‘Tradition and Diversity: Icon-Painting in Crete, Venice, and the Ionian Islands, and El Greco’s Early Career’, P. Kitromilides and D. Arvanitakis, eds., The Greek World under Ottoman and Western Domination: 15th - 19th Centuries. Proceedings of the International Conference, The Alexander S. Onassis Foundation, U.S.A., New York, 29 April 2006 (New York and Athens 2008) 55-79.
In Press: ‘Aspects of Icon-Painting in Cyprus during the Venetian period and Relationships with Venice’ (in Greek), Proceedings of the International Symposium La Serenissima et la Nobilissima, University of Cyprus – Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation – Italian Embassy, Nicosia, 21 October 2006 (about 4,800 words); ‘Viaggi di pittori tra Costantinopoli e Candia. Documenti d’archivio e influssi sull’arte (XIV-XV sec.)’, Proceedings of the International Symposium Ι Greci durante la Venetocrazia: Uomini, spazio, idee (XIII-XVIII sec.), Venice, The Hellenic Institute of Byzanitne and Post-Byzantine Studies, 3-7 December 2007 (about 3,800 words).
‘The new Baptism is an authentic El Greco: The painting of the Municipality of Irakleio fits into the artistic production of the painter on the basis of stylistic criteria’, I Kathimerini-Arts and Letters (Athens, 6 February 2005) 5 (in Greek); ‘Works by Michael Damaskinos in the sanctuary of the church of Saint George in Venice: Expenses and remuneration (unpublished documents, 1577-1579)’, Deltion tis Christianikis Archaiologikis Etaireias, 4th period, vol. 27 (2006) 505-510 (in Greek with a summary in English); ‘Αlexios and Anghelos Apokafkos, Constantinopolitan painters in Crete (1399-1421). Documents from the State Archives in Venice’, electronic publication, internet site of the 21st International Congress of Byzantine Studies: ‘St. Jerome as a Church father and as a hermit in works of Cretan art. Iconography and iconology’, 10thInternationalCretologicalCongress. Khania, 1-8 October 2006, Abstracts, 165 (in Greek); ‘Cretan painting of the 15th and 16th centuries in the European context of the period’, 10thInternationalCretologicalCongress. Khania, 1-8 October 2006, Abstracts, 165-166 (in Greek); ‘Nikolaos Kalbos, prete: San Nicola e scene della sua vita’, in Michele Bacci, ed., San Nicola. Splendori d’arte d’Oriente e d’Occidente, Exhibition catalogue, Bari, Castello Svevo, 7 December 2006 - 6 Μay 2007, 293, no. V.11.
In press: ‘Atlantes, Masks, Lions: Sculptures of the Venetian period in the Monastery of Angarathos, Crete’, Sculpture in the Latin Orient. Proceedings of a Symposium (Rethymno 2002), Rethymno (in Greek with a summary in English).
'From Rethymno to Venice: The Painter Constantinos Tzanes Bounialis and the Evolution of his Art', Atti del Simposio: Rethymno veneziano (Rethymno 2002), eds., C. Maltezou and A. Papadaki, Venice (The Hellenic Institute of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Studies) 2003, pp. 415-434 (in Greek) and figs. 1a -10b; Entries for Icons (129 and 130), in Catalogo delle collezioni del Museo Civico di Cremona. La Pinacoteca Ala Ponzone. Il Cinquecento, ed. M. Marubbi, Cinisello Balsamo, Milano 2003, 169-170; 'Commissioni di dipinti, bottega, circolazione di disegni di Michail Damaskinos nella città di Candia. Documenti inediti (1585-1593)', Thesaurismata 34 (2004): In memoria di Manussos Manussacas, Venice 2004, 253-271 (in Greek with a summary in Italian); 'Mother of God and Child with Prophets, a monumental Cretan icon in Loreto, Italy', Fieldwork and Research, V: The Work of the Department of Archaeology and History of Art, University of Athens (April 2005), Programme and Abstracts, Athens 2005, 48-49 (in Greek and English); The Churches of the Virgin Podythou and of the Theotokos (or of the Archangel) in Galata, Nicosia (Cultural Foundation of the Bank of Cyprus and Diocese of Morphou) 2005 (in collaboration with D. Myriantheus) (in Greek); 'Notes on El Greco’s Resurrection in Santo Domingo El Antiguo', El Greco. The First Twenty Years in Spain. Proceedings of the International Symposium (Rethymnon, Crete, 1999), ed. N. Hadjinicolaou, Rethymno 2005, 37-52; 'Luxury Works of Applied Arts in Crete During the Venetian Period: Unpublished Inventories of the Fifteenth Century from the Saint Francis monastery in Candia' (in Greek), Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Cretan Studies (Elounda, Crete 2001), vol. II, 2, Herakleio (The Society of Cretan Historical Studies) 2005, 311-324; 'D. Theotokopoulos, The Adoration of the Magi', in From Byzantium to Modern Greece: Hellenic Art in Adversity, 1453-1830, New York 2005, no. 9, 48-49.
Òrion: In memory of Nicos Oikonomides, Athens (University of Athens) 2005, 245-252 (in Greek with a summary in English).
Icons 129 and 130, La Pinacoteca Ala Ponzone. Il Cinquecento (Catalogo delle collezioni del Museo Civico di Cremona), ed. M. Marubbi, Milano 2003, 169-170; '?he Painter Anghelos Acotantos: New Biographical Details from Unpublished Documents ', Lambedon. Dedicated to the Memory of Doula Mouriki, ed. M. Aspra-Vardavaki, II, Athens (National Technical University) 2003, 499-508; 'From Rethymno to Venice: The Painter Constantinos Tzanes Bounialis and the Evolution of His Art' (in Greek), Atti del simposio: Rethymno Veneziano (Rethymno 2002), ed. Ch. Maltezou and A. Papadaki, Venice (Hellenic Institute of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Studies) 2003, 415-434 and pls. 1a-10b; 'Byzantine icons and Cretan painters in the work of N. Drandakis', Mneme Nikolaou V. Drandaki (1915-2004), ed. by M. Constantoudaki-Kitromilides, Anti (Athens), No. 816 (April 2004), p. 45 (in Greek); 'Commissioni di dipinti, bottega, circolazione di disegni di Michail Damaskinos nella città di Candia. Documenti inediti (1585-1593)' (in Greek with an Italian summary), Thesaurismata 34 (2004): Mnemosynon of Manoussos I. Manoussacas, Venice 2004, 253-272 and pls.1-4; 'Luxury Works of Applied Arts in Crete During the Venetian Period: Unpublished Inventories of the Fifteenth Century from the Monastery of Saint Francis in Candia' (in Greek), Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Cretan Studies (Elounda 2001), vol. II, 2, Herakleio (Society of Cretan Historical Studies) 2004, 311-324.
Work in progress: 'Notes on El Greco's Resurrection in Santo Domingo El Antiguo', El Greco. The First Twenty Years in Spain. Proceedings of the International Symposium (Rethymnon, Crete, 1999), ed. N. Hadjinicolaou (Institute for Mediterranean Studies and the University of Crete).
in Venice at the End of the Sixteenth Century. Archival Evidence and
Artistic Production', Proceedings of the International Symposium Cyprus-Venice.
Common Historical Circumstances (Athens 2001), ed. Ch. Maltezou,
Venice (The Hellenic Institute of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Studies)
2002, 353-368 and pls. 1-12 (in Greek); 'An Unpublished Icon of Saint
Anne, the Virgin and Child and Saints, by Michael Damaskinos, at Galaxeidi', Proceedings
of the Symposium: Galaxeidi from Antiquity to the Present Day (Galaxeidi
2000), eds. P. Themelis and R. Stathaki-Koumari, Athens 2003,
67-72 and pls. 25-31 (in Greek); 'La Huida a Egipto y la producción
juvenil de El Greco', El Greco, introd. F. Calvo Serraller,
Madrid-Barcelona (Fundación Amigos del Museo del Prado) 2003, 21-36; Pinacoteca
Civica di Vicenza. Dipinti dal XIV al XVI secolo, eds. M. E. Avagnina,
M. Binotto, G. C. F. Villa, Cinisello Balsano (Milano) 2003, 218-223,
icons nos. 72-77; 'Cypriot Icons in Athenian Collections. Three Examples', 23rd Symposium
of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Archeology and Art. Summaries of Papers,
Athens (The Christian Archeological Society) 2003, 56 (in Greek); 'An
Icon of the Annunciation at the Picture Gallery of Vicenza. A Reconsideration', Excavation
and Research, IV: Fourth Symposium of the Section of Archeology and
History of Art of the University of Athens. Summaries of Papers, Athens
2003,26-27 (in Greek and English).
Press: 'From Rethymno to Venice: The Painter Constantinos Tzanes
Bounialis and the Evolution of his Art', Proceedings of the Symposium:
Tis Venetias to Rethymno (Rethymno 2002), Venice (The Hellenic Institute
of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Studies) (in Greek).
icone e l’arte
dei pittori greci a Venezia. Maestri in rapporto con la Confraternita
greca', in I greci a Venezia. Atti del Convegno Internazionale di
Studi (Venezia 1998), Venezia (Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere
ed Arti) 2002, 569-641; 'Saint-Luc par Théotocopoulos au Musée Benaki.
Nouvelles remarques', in Topics in Post-Byzantine Painting. In Memory
of Manolis Chatzidakis, Proceedings of a Two-Day Symposium (Athens
1999), ed. by E. Drakopoulou, Athens (Institute for Neohellenic Research-National
Research Foundation and Christian Archeological Society) 2002, 272-286
(in Greek with a French summary); 'Aspetti della committenza artistica
a Creta veneziana secondo documenti d’archivio (pittura, argenteria,
oreficeria)', in Economia e arte, secc. XIII-XVIII. Atti della Trentatreesima
Settimana di Studi (Prato, Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica
F. Datini, 2001), ed. by S. Cavaciocchi, Prato 2002, 603-610.
Painter Anghelos Acotantos: New Biographical Details from Unpublished
Documents', in Volume in Memory of Doula Mouriki, to be published by
the National Technical University, Athens; 'An Unpublished Icon of
the Virgin and Child with Saints, by Michael Damaskinos, in Galaxeidi',
Proceedings of the Symposium Galaxeidi from Antiquity to the Present
Day (Galaxeidi 2000), to be published by the Archeological Society
in Athens; 'Cypriot Painters in Venice at the End of the Sixteenth
Century', Proceedings of the International Symposium Cyprus-Venice.
Common Historical Circumstances (Athens 2001), to be published by the
Hellenic Institute of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Studies in Venice.
kai xrusãfi fnon’. ‘Archival
evidence concerning the production of silver and golden art objects in
Crete during the Venetian period’, Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Cretan Studies (Herakleion,
1996), II/1, Herakleion, 2000, 365-80 (in Greek); ‘Conducere
apothecam, in qua exercere artem nostram. L’atelier d’ un
peintre byzantin et d’un peintre vénitien à Candie’, Symmeikta (Institute
of Byzantine Research, National Research Foundation, Athens) 14 (2001),
291-9 (in Greek with a French summary); Entries nos. 1, 2, 3 and 44 in
the exhibition catalogue S. Ferino- Pagden and F. Checa Cremades, eds., El
Greco. Eine Ausstellung des
Kunsthistorischen Museums Wien (Vienna 2001), 126-33, 214-5; ‘An
icon of the Virgin with two saints in the church of the Archangel Michael
Trypiotis in Nicosia. The work and its meanings’, Proceedings
of the 3rd International Congress of Cypriot Studies (Nicosia,
1996), II, Nicosia 2001, 385-409 (in Greek); ‘Michael Damaskinos’ The 1st Oecumenical
Council of Nicea’, Byzantium as an Oecumenical
Empire, Exhibition catalogue, Byzantine and Christian Museum
(Athens, 2001), no. 12, 57-9 (of the Greek edition; an English edition
is in press); ‘Damaskinos, Theotokopulos e la sfida veneziana’, Chr. A.
Maltezou, ed., Il contributo veneziano
nella formazione del gusto dei Greci (XV-XVII sec.). Atti del Convegno (Venice, 2000) [Venice 2001], 49-59 and pls.V-VIII, 17-34; ‘Joyaux de la cour
impériale Byzantine déposés à Candie. Un document inédit tiré des Archives
de Venise’, XXe Congrès International des Études Byzantines,
Paris, 19-25 August 2001, Pré-actes, III (Paris 2001), 445 ; ‘Luxury
works of minor art at St Francis monastery in Candia. Unpublished
inventories of the 15th century’, 9th International
Congress of Cretan Studies, Elounda, 1-6 October 2001, Summaries
of papers (Herakleion, 2001), 171-2.
‘The Painter Anghelos Akotantos: New evidence drawn from unpublished
documents of the Venetian archives’, Excavation and Research III: New
research developments in the fields of Archaeology and Art History in
the University of Athens, Third Symposium, University of Athens,
Department of Art History and Archaeology, Section of Archaeology and
Athens, 25-26 May 2000, Programme and summaries of papers, 40-41 (in
Greek and English); Entries for the painters ‘Ioannis Permeniatis’ and ‘Theophanis
Strelitzas-Bathas’ in the Dictionary of Greek Artists. Painters-Sculptors-Engravers,
16th-20th Centuries, vol 4 (Athens, 2000),
25-27, 242-245 (In Greek); Entries for the painters ‘Michael Damaskinos’, ‘George
Klontzas’ and ‘Emmanuel Tzanes-Bounialis’ in G. Speake (ed.), Encyclopaedia
of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition (London, 2000), vol 1, 443-445,
893-894 and vol 2, 1680-1682; ‘Μαρτυρίες
για την εκπαίδευση
των ζωγράφων στη
περίοδο’ (with S. Kalopissi
and M. Panayotidi) in the Second Meeting of Byzantists of Greece and
Cyprus (University of Athens, 1999): Essays, Research Programmes,
Summaries of Papers (Athens, 2000), 63-68; ‘Οι
ζωγράφοι της Κρήτης (140ς -150ς ι.).
Έγγραφα από τα
Αρχεία της Βενετίας
’, ibid., 132-133.
apothecam, in qua exercere artem nostram: L’atélier commun de deux
peintres à Candie’, in Symmeikta (Institute of Byzantine Research,
National Research Foundation), 14 (2000), in Greek with a summary in French
An unpublished triptych by Georgios Klontzas and its recipient,
Deltion tes Christianikes Archaeologikes Hetaireias, 4th fasc.,
vol. 20 (1998 [Athens, 1999], 335-44 (in Greek with a summary in English);
Painting in Crete during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.
The long path towards Domenikos Theotokopoulos and his early production,
an introductory essay in the exhibition catalogue, J. Alvarez Lopera,
ed., El Greco. Identity and Transformation. Crete-Italy-Spain,
for the exhibition held in Madrid (Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, February-May
1999), Rome (Palazzo delle Esposizioni, June-September 1999); the catalogue
was also published in Italian, Spanish, English and Greek; Entries nos.
I-IX (Cretan icons) and nos. 2-6.6 (early El Greco works) in ibid.;
The Bologna Last Supper. A reconsideration, N. Hadjinicolaou,
ed., El Greco in Italy and Italian Art. Proceedings of the International
Symposium (Rethymnon, Crete, 1995) [Rethymnon 1999], 109-123; Larte
dei pittori greci a Venezia nel Cinquecento, M. Lucco, ed., La
pittura nel Veneto. Il Cinquecento, vol. III (Milan: Electa, 1999),
‘"Pictures societatem affirmantes": the professional partnership of
a Byzantine and a Venetian painter (1400-1403)’, Excavation and Research
II: New research developments in the fields of Archaeology and Art
History in the University of Athens, Second Symposium, University of Athens,
Department of History and Archaeology, Section of Archaeology and Art
History, Athens, 7-8 April 1998, Programme and summaries of papers, pp.
40-41 (in Greek and English); ‘San Gerolamo con il leone risanato in icone
di arte cretese: il soggetto e il suo significato simbolico’ (in Greek
with a summary in Italian), ÄAnyh xar¤tvn. Studi celebrativi...pubblicati
a cura di +Nikolaos Panagiotakis, Venezia (Istituto Ellenico di Studi
Bizantini e Postbizantini) MCMXCVIII, 193-226; ‘The Cretan period of Dominikos
Theotokopoulos. New evidence from the research of N.M. Panagiotakis’,
Ant¤ (Athens), special issue, fasc. 672, 30 October 1998, pp. 56-58
(In Greek); ‘La pittura di icone a Creta veneziana (secoli XV e XVI):
Questioni di mecenatismo, iconografia e preferenze estetiche’, in G. Ortalli,
ed., Venezia e Creta, Atti del convegno internatazionale di studio,
Iraklion-Chania, 1997 (Venice: Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed
Arti, 1998), 459-507 (with a summary in English).
An introductory essay and entries on icons and other early El Greco pieces
for the exhibition catalogue El Greco. Identidad y transformación,
to be held in Madrid, Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza (Feb.-May, 1999), and subsequently
in Rome and Athens; ‘The central panel of an unknown triptych by George
Klontzas’, Deltion tes Christianikes Archaeologikes Hetaireias
20, dedicated to the memory of Demetrios Pallas.
(with) Bayliss R., 'Reflections on the water supply of Byzantine Istanbul', in International Byzantine and Ottoman Symposium, 550th Anniversary of Istanbul University 2003 ed. S. Atasoy, 2004, 225-244; (with) Bayliss R. 'Water for the Queen of Cities: a review of recent research in the Byzantine and early Ottoman water supply of Constantinople', Basilissa 1 (2004) 28-49.
Forthcoming: 'The Anastasian Wall and the Lower Danube Frontier before Justinian', in (ed) L.Vagalinski, The lower Danube in antiquity, Sofia; 'The infrastructures of a great city: Earth, Walls and Water in late Antique Constantinople', Technology in Transition, Late Antique Archaeology 4; 'Amida and Tropaeum Traiani, a comparison of late-antique fortress cities on the lower Danube and Mesopotamia', ed. A. Poulter, The Transition to Late Antiquity, Proceedings of the British Academy
In preparation, monographs on The Water Supply of Constantinople, and The Anastasian Wall and Outer Defences of Constantinople.
and urbanism in late antiquity: Thessaloniki and other eastern cities’, in
L. Lavan. ed., Recent Research in Late Antique Urbanism, JRA
supp. 42 (2001), 89-105; (with R. Bayliss and P. Bono), ‘The water supply
of Constantinople: archaeology and hydrogeology of an early medieval city’, Environmental
Geology 40(11/12) (2001), 1325-33; (with R. Bayliss, and P.
Bono) ‘The Anastasian Wall and the Water Supply of Constantinople Survey
2000’, Anatolian Archaeology 6
(2000), 16-8; (with R. Bayliss) ‘The fortifications and water supply systems
of Constantinople’, Antiquity 74
‘Fortifications and Urbanism in Late Antiquity: Observations on Thessaloniki
and other Balkan cities’, in Recent Research in Late Antique Urbanism,
JRA supplement, forthcoming 2001.
(with A. Ricci, P. Bono and R. Bayliss), The Anastasian Wall Project,
Anatolian Archaeology 4 (1998) 19-20, and covers; (with D.J. Smith), The
Hellenistic and Byzantine Defences of Tocra, Cyrenaica, Libyan Studies
28 (1998) 35-82; Fortifications, in G. Bowersock, P. Brown
and O. Grabar, eds., Late Antiquity, a Guide to the Postclassical World,
(Harvard, 1999), 456-57; (with A. Ricci), The Anastasian Wall Project
1996-7, Arastirmasi Sonuçlari Toplantasi 16 (1999) 239-249.
Forthcoming: Procopius and fortifications, in C. Roueche and
J-M. Carrie, eds., Procopius De Aedificiis Workshop (Antiquité
Tardive); Military aspects of the Forty Martyrs of Sebasteia,
in M. Mullett, ed.,The Forty Martyrs of Sebasteia (BBTT).
(with A.A.M. Bryer), ‘Survey in Trabzon and Gumushane Vilayets,
Turkey, 1992-4’, DOP 51 (1997), 283-89; (with D. Smith), ‘The Hellenistic
and Byzantine defences of Tocra (Taucheria)’, Libyan Studies 29
Dr Mary Cunningham, Nottingham
‘Wider Than Heaven’: Eighth-Century Homilies on the Mother of God (Crestwood, NY: St Vladimir's Seminary Press 2008); Ed. with E. Theokritoff, The Cambridge Companion to Orthodox Christian Theology (Cambridge: CUP 2008); with Leslie Brubaker, ‘The Christian book in medieval Byzantium’, in Thomas F.X. Noble and Julia M.H. Smith, eds., The Cambridge History of Christianity, vol. 3: Early Medieval Christianities, c. 600-c.1100 (Cambridge: CUP 2008) 554-80; Ed. with L. Brubaker, ‘Clergy, monks, and laity’ and ‘Homilies’, in E. Jeffreys with J. Haldon and R. Cormack, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Byzantine Studies (Oxford: OUP 2008) 527-34, 872-81; with Leslie Brubaker, ‘Byzantine Veneration of the Theotokos: Icons, Relics, and Eighth-Century Homilies’, H. Amirav and B. ter Haar Romeny, eds., From Rome to Constantinople. Studies in Honour of Averil Cameron (Leuven: P. Peeters) 235-50.
Forthcoming: ‘The Reception of Romanos in Middle Byzantine Homiletics and Hymnography’, Dumbarton Oaks Papers 62 (Washington, D.C.).
Work in progress: with P. Allen and N. Tsirionis, a book on the role of the Virgin Mary in Greek homiletics, c. 2nd- 9th centuries; a study of the theological treatment of the Theotokos in 8th-9th century Byzantine homilies and hymns; a theological study of early Christian martyrologies.
Forthcoming: (Ed. with E. Theokritoff), The Cambridge Companion to Orthodox Christian Theology (Cambridge University Press, 2008); ‘Wider Than Heaven’: Eighth-Century Homilies on the Mother of God (Crestwood, NY: St Vladimir's Seminary Press 2008); (Ed. with L. Brubaker), The Cult of the Mother of God in Byzantium. Texts and Images (Ashgate, Aldershot 2008); (with L. Brubaker), The Virgin Mary in the Byzantine World, 600-900: Relics, Icons and Texts (Cambridge University Press, 2009?).
‘The letter and the spirit: some problems in transmitting patristic texts to a modern audience’, in M. Mullett, ed., Metaphrastes, or, Gained in Translation. Essays and Translations in Honour of Robert H. Jordan, BBTT9 (Belfast 2004) 28-38; ‘The meeting of old and new: the typology of Mary the Theotokos in Byzantine homilies and hymns’, in R.N. Swanson, ed., The Church and Mary, Studies in Church History 39 (Woodbridge, Suffolk, and Rochester, NY 2004) 52-62; ‘“All-holy infant”: Byzantine and Western views on the conception of the Virgin Mary’, St Vladimir's Theological Quarterly 50, nos. 1-2 (2006) 127-48.
Forthcoming: (with Leslie Brubaker): ‘The Christian book in Medieval Byzantium’, in J. Smith and T. Noble, eds., The Cambridge History of Christianity, vol. 3: Early Medieval Christianity, ca. 600- ca. 1100 (Cambridge University Press); ‘Divine banquet: the Theotokos as a source of spiritual nourishment’, in L. Brubaker, ed., Food and Drink in Byzantium (Ashgate 2007); ‘Wider Than Heaven’: Eighth-Century Homilies on the Mother of God (Crestwood, NY: St Vladimir's Seminary Press 2007?).
or didactic tool: the function of dialogue in Byzantine preaching'
in E. Jeffreys, ed., Rhetoric in Byzantium, Society for the
Promotion of Byzantine Studies 11 (Ashgate: Variorum, 2003), 101-13.
articles on 'Homilies' and 'Clergy, Monks and Laity' in E. Jeffreys
et al., eds., The Oxford Handbook of Byzantium; '"Alas
Poor Yorick!": Approaches to Death in Middle Byzantine Homilies'
in E. Jeffreys and R. Cormack, eds., The Festschrift for Sir Steven
progress: 1) Three-year AHRB grant to study 8th-century homilies
and hymns on the Theotokos in collaboration with Dr Leslie Brubaker.
I will be editing Greek homilies which remain unedited, translating
those which are so far without English versions, and studying their
place in the context of the Byzantine homiletic tradition; 2) Continuing
translation work on Paul of Evergetis' Synagoge, Bk IV (Belfast Evergetis
Faith in the Byzantine World (Oxford: Lion Publishing, 2002).
Forthcoming: 'The Meeting of the Old and the New: The Typology
of Mary the Theotokos in Byzantine Homilies and Hymns' in R. Swanson,
ed., The Church and Mary, Studies in Church History 39 (2003?);
'Dramatic device or didactic tool: the function of dialogue in Byzantine
preaching' in E. Jeffreys, ed., Rhetoric in Byzantium (Aldershot,
2003); articles on 'Homilies' and 'Clergy, Monks and Laity' for the Oxford
Handbook of Byzantine Studies.
Work on Marian homilies of the 8th century; translation of the Evergetis Synagoge,
device or didactic tool: the function of dialogue in Byzantine preaching’,
in E. Jeffreys, Writing Byzantium (Aldershot:
Ashgate); Faith in the Byzantine World (Oxford: Lion
'St Andrew of Crete, c. 660-740. Hymnographer and preacher', in G.
Speake (ed.), Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition
(London, 2000), vol. I, 76-77.
The Use of Typology in Eight-Century Homilies and Hymns on the Theotokos;
An introductory, illustrated book on The Byzantine Church for Lion
Polemic and exegesis: anti-Judaic invective in Byzantine homiletics,
Sobornost, incorporating Eastern Churches Review 21:2 (1999), 46-68; "Shutting
the gates of the soul": spiritual treatises on resisting the passions,
in Liz James, ed., Desire and Denial in Byzantium, SPBS 6 (Aldershot,
(With Pauline Allen) Ed., Preacher and Audience. Studies in Early Christian
and Byzantine Homiletics (Leiden: Brill, 1998); ‘Andrew of Crete: A high-style
preacher of the eighth century’ in ibid., 267-93; ‘The Orthodox Church
in Byzantium’, in Adrian Hastings, ed., A World History of Christianity
(London: Cassell, 1999), 66-109.
‘"Shutting the gates of the soul": spiritual treatises on resisting the
passions’, in Liz James, ed., Desire and Denial, SPBS Publication
6 (Aldershot: Variorum, 1999).
progress: Translation of Evergetis Synagoge, Bk IV; paper on polemic
against the Jews in middle Byzantine homilies; book on Andrew of Crete.