Antony Eastmond, London
‘Beyond Byzantium’, in R. Cormack and M. Vassilaki, eds., Byzantium (London: Royal Academy 2008) 307-14 (and 19 entries); ‘Art and the Periphery’, in E. Jeffreys with J. Haldon and R. Cormack, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Byzantine Studies (Oxford 2008) 770-76.
(With Liz James), ‘Eat, drink... and pay the price’, in L. Brubaker and K. Linardou, eds., Eat, drink and be merry (Luke 12:19) - Food and Wine in Byzantium (Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies, 13, Ashgate, Aldershot 2007) 175-89; ‘Un'eco della leggenda del Mandylion nell'Islam’, in A.R.C. Masetti, C.D. Bozzo and G. Wolf, eds., Intorno al Sacro Volto. Genova, Bisanzio e il Mediterraneo (secoli XI-XIV) (Collana del Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz Max-Planck-Institut, 11, Marsilio, Florence 2007) 175-80; ‘Art and frontiers between Byzantium and the Caucasus’, in S.T. Brooks, Byzantium. Faith and Power (1261-1557): Perspectives on Late Byzantine Art and Culture (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Symposia, Yale, New Haven & London 2007) 154-69.
Ed. with Robin Cormack and P. Stewart, The Road to Byzantium: Luxury Arts of Antiquity (Fontanka, London 2006). Catalogue of an exhibition in the Hermitage Rooms, Somerset House, 30 March – 3 September 2006.
Art and Regional Identity in the Orthodox World after the Fourth Crusade', Speculum 78/3
(2003), 707-49; 'Between Icon and Idol: the uncertainty of imperial
images', in A. Eastmond, L. James eds., Icon and Word. The Power
of Images in Byzantium. Studies presented to Robin Cormack (Aldershot,
'Schwarzmeergriechen, Armenier, Georgier und andere Kaukasusvölker
vom 11. bis zum 15. Jahrhundert' in Wieser Enzyklopadie des Eurpaischen
Ostens, 2. Abteilung, Band 1.
'The cult of St
Davit Garejeli: patronage and iconographic change in the Gareja Desert',
in Z. Skhirtladze ed., Desert Monasticism: Gareja and the Christian
East (Tbilisi, 2001), 220-239.
In Press: Art
and Identity in thirteenth-century Byzantium. Hagia Sophia and the
empire of Trebizond; "'Local' Saints, art and regional
identity in the Orthodox World after 1204", Speculum 2003.
power, and legitimacy in Armenia and Georgia’, in S. Gordon ed., Robes
and Honor: The Medieval World of Investiture (New York,
Basingstoke, 2001), 146-91.
cult of St Davit Garejeli: patronage and iconographic change in the
Gareja Desert’, in Z. Skhirtladze, ed., Desert Monasticism: Gareja and the Christian East (Tbilisi,
2001); ‘The True Cross and Byzantine identity’, in A. Lidov, ed., Relics
in Byzantine Culture (Moscow, 2002).
‘Art and Identity in the Thirteenth-Century Caucasus’ in Art and
Identity, G. E. von Grunebaum Center for Near Eastern Studies,
UCLA, Colloquium Series (Los Angeles, 2000), 3-40; ‘Narratives of the Fall:
Structure and meaning in the Genesis Frieze at Hagia Sophia, Trebizond’, Dumbarton Oaks Papers 53
(1999), 219-236; Entries on ‘ivories’ in M. Vassilaki (ed.), Mother of God. Representations of the
Virgin Mary in Byzantine Art (Athens, 2000).
Body vs. column: the cults of St Symeon Stylites, in Liz James
ed., Desire and Denial in Byzantium, SPBS 6 (Aldershot, 1999),
87-100; The transmission of artistic ideas in Georgia and
Cults and saints in Georgia, in O.Z. Soltes ed., National
Treasures of Georgia, (London, 1999), 93-96, 108-14.
Forthcoming: Narratives of the Fall: structure and meaning in the
Genesis Frieze at Hagia Sophia, Trebizond, DOP 53 (1999),
forthcoming; (with Lynn Jones), Robing, power, and legitimacy in
Armenia and Georgia, in S. Gordon ed., Robes and Honor: The Medieval
World of Investiture [The New Middle Ages] (forthcoming, May 2000);
Art and Identity in the Caucasus in the Thirteenth Century, (G.E.
von Grunebaum Center for Near Eastern Studies, UCLA, Colloquium Series),
(Los Angeles, June 2000).
In progress:Empire and Exile: Hagia Sophia at Trebizond and the construction
of Byzantine imperial identity in the thirteenth century.
Forthcoming: (with Lynn Jones), ‘Robes, honour and the legitimation of
power in Georgia and Armenia’, in S. Gordon, ed., Robes and Honor in
the Medieval World (1999).
‘The Livre des Assises by John of Jaffa: the development and transmission
of the text’, in John France and William G. Zajac, eds., The Crusades
and their Sources: Essays Presented to Bernard Hamilton (Aldershot:
Ashgate, 1998), 169-79; ‘ Fiefs, vassaux et service militaire dans le
royaume latin de Jérusalem’, in Michel Balard and Alain Ducellier,
eds., Le Partage du Monde: Échanges et colonisation dans la
Méditerranée médiévale (Paris: Sorbonne,
‘The Crusader States’, a chapter for D.S.H. Abulafia, eds., The New
Cambridge Medieval History, vol. 5: The Thirteenth Century
(expected June 1999), 606-22; ‘Christians and Muslims in the East’, a
chapter for M.C.E. Jones, ed., The New Cambridge Medieval History,
vol. 6: The Fourteenth Century (expected late 1999); ‘Philip of
Novara and the Livre de forme de plait’, for 3rd International Congress
of Cypriot Studies, 16-20 April 1996; ‘Some cultural implications of the
Latin Conquest of Cyprus’, lecture submitted Jan 1998 as part of a series
delivered at Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, to be published by
the University of Maryland Press; Review article ‘Castles, towns and rural
settlements in the Crusader Kingdom’, for Medieval Archaeology 42
(expected July 1999); ‘The state of research: Cyprus under the Lusignans
and Venetians, 1991-1998’, Journal of Medieval History (expected
1999); Kingdom of the Crusaders: From Jerusalem to Cyprus, Variorum
Collected Studies series (expected summer 1999).
progress: A new edition of the legal treatise by John of Ibelin, count
of Jaffa; The Third Crusade , for Longman’s ‘Medieval World’ series.
Dr Elena Ene D-Vasilescu, Oxford
Icoane si Iconari in Romania: Cat Bizant, cat Occident [Icons and Icon-painters in Romania: What is Byzantium, What is the West] (Trinitas Publishing House, Iasi 2008); Co-authored book, Cinstirea Sfintelor Icoane in Ortodoxie [Honouring the Holy Icons in Orthodoxy], chapter entitled, ‘The 1889 Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church: a Success or a Failure in the Development of Romanian iconography?’ (Trinitas Publishing House, Iasi 2008); ‘Examples of Application of Some Modern Techniques of Icon and Frescoe Restoration and Conservation’, European Journal of Science and Theology (2008) 39–48; ‘Icoane Ortodoxe in Galeria Londoneza Richard Temple’, Magazin Istoric 9 (September 2008) 66; ‘Al XlV-lea Congres International al Slavistilor, Ohrid, Macedonia’, Magazin Istoric12 (December 2008) 66-67.
Forthcoming: A book, Between Tradition and Modernity: Post-Byzantine Iconography Today, has been submitted for publication; ‘Treasures in St Catherine Monastery, on Mount Sinai’, Series Byzantina 6 (2009); ‘Romanii si Muntele Sinai’, Revue des Etudes Sud-Est Europeenes; ‘A Face to Face Encounter: God-Humankind Relationship as reflected in Icons’,submitted to Royal Holloway on-line journal; The Proceedings of the National Conference Text and Religious Discourse will be published and they will include my paper, ‘Ortodocsii si Cartea Sfanta’; ‘Orthodox Christian Approach to the Bible’, Transformation, an international journal of Mission Studies, Oxford (January 2009); ‘Development of Byzantine Iconography’, Transformation (2009); ‘The Tetraevangel of Neamt Monastery, 1429’, Magazin Istoric.
Work in progress: I am continuing my research on the Gospel manuscript of Gavriil Uric, Neamt Monastery, Moldavia, 1429, and on the Theotokos Egyptian icon acquired by the Temple Gallery in 2003 on which I have published an article in Byzantinoslavica 65 (2007) 83-90.
Cat Bizant, cat Occident: Icoane si iconari in Romania de astazi (Byzantium and the West: Icons and Iconographers in Romania Today) (Trinitas Publishing House, Iasi); ‘A Gaze from the fourth century: the Theotokos Egyptian Icon of the Temple Gallery, Byzantinoslavica 65 (2007) 93-90; ‘Moarte si viata de dincolo. Perspectiva comparativa’ (‘Death and Afterlife in a Comparative Perspective), in Analele Universitatii Spiru Haret, Bucharest 8 (2007).
Forthcoming: ‘Orthodox Approach to the Bible’, Transformation, an international journal of Mission Studies; a short article ‘Cataloagele Galeriei Temple din Londra’ (‘The catalogues of the Temple Gallery, London’) presenting the Icon Temple Gallery Catalogues, Magazin Istoric, Bucharest.