Santa Clara University

Department of Art and Art History
Phone: (408) 554-4407
Fax: (408) 554-4809
Location: 832 Market Street
Room number: 832 Market St.

Kathleen Maxwell

Professor

Educational Background

Ph.D.    The University of Chicago, Department of Art, Chicago, Illinois Major field:  Byzantine and Medieval Art Ph.D.(with honors)


M.A.     The University of Chicago, Department of Art, Chicago, Illinois


B.F. A.  Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas. Art History. B.F.A.
            University of Aberdeen, Scotland (Junior Year Abroad)  
            Denison University, Granville, Ohio.

Teaching

Honors Program:
Art, Power and Propaganda, 1 & 2
Core Courses:
Art, Power, and Propaganda, 1 & 2



Lower Division Courses:    
Ancient - Medieval Art
Renaissance - Baroque Art
Rococo - Modern Art



Upper Division Courses:
Ancient Art (Greek & Roman)
Greek Art
Roman Art & Architecture to 175 CE
Early Christian and Byzantine Art
Early Medieval Art
Art of the Book
Romanesque and Gothic Art
Italian Renaissance Art
Baroque Art



Team-Taught Courses:
The Eastern Roman (Byzantine) Empire
(with Prof. Dorothea French, History)



Team-Taught Modules:
Pilgrimage in the Twelfth Century
The Greek Polis



Freshman Residential Community:
Art History 11 and Art History 12
(Faculty coordinator: fall '98 & '99)



Special Course Pairing:
Correspondences: Art History 13 and English 13 (Art
and Literature from the Enlightenment to the Present)
(with Prof. Sherry Booth, English Dept.)

Administrative Experience

Membership Chair, campus chapter, AAUP 2014-
Director, Undergraduate Core Curriculum, 2012 – 2013
Chair, Department of Art and Art History, 2004-2007
Faculty Director, Alpha Residential Learning Community, 2001-2004
Secretary, Byzantine Studies Association of North America, 2009-2012, 1998-2002

University Services, etc

Academic Affairs University Policy Committee 2014 – 2017; 2012-2013 (ex officio)
Department representative, Faculty Senate Committee, 2013 -
Director, Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program, 2012-2013
Faculty Judicial Board, 2012-2015
Core Curriculum Implementation Team, 2012-2013
Core Working Group, 2012-2013
Faculty Affairs University Policy Committee, 2011-2012, 2000-2003
Faculty Core Committee (Religion, Theology, and Culture), 2013-2016
Faculty Core Committee, Chair (Cultures & Ideas, 1 and 2), 2011-2013
Rank and Tenure Committee, College of Arts and Sciences, 2008-2011 (Chair, 2010-2011)
Technology Steering Committee, College of Arts and Sciences, 2008-2011
de Saisset Museum, Collections Committee, 2008-2009
Faculty Grievance Committee, 2002-2005
Benefits Advisory Committee, 2000-2003

Assessment Activities


Self-Study Report for the Department of Art and Art History, September 2007
Annual Assessment Report, Department of Art and Art History, March 2007
Report on Critical Analysis, Department of Art and Art History, June 2006

Professional Service

Local Arrangements Committee, Medieval Association of the Pacific, Santa Clara University, 2011-2012.


Committee member, International Greek New Testament Project (IGNTP), 2011-


Secretary, (11/2009-12/2012) and (1998-2002), Byzantine Studies Association of North America. For more information, please see: http://www.bsana.net/


Governing Board (2009-2013), Byzantine Studies Association of North America


Governing Board (1997-2001), Byzantine Studies Conference.
Executive Committee, Medieval Association of the Pacific, (1989-1991, 1999-2002, 2005-2008)


Session Chair, "Eastern Influences in the Medieval West," Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Washington, Seattle, March 4, 1994.


Session Chair, “Medieval Georgia,” Byzantine Studies Conference, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, November 6, 1999.


Session Chair, “Images in Manuscripts and Tapestry,” Medieval Association of the Pacific, Vancouver, B.C., February 25, 2000.


Session Chair, “Images of Antisemitism, Usury, and Gender” Medieval Academy/Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, March 16, 2001.


Session Chair, “Bringing the Past into the Present,” Medieval Association of the Pacific, Portland State University, Portland, OR, March 29, 2003.


Preview Lecture, “The First Flowering of Byzantium,” Board of Trustees, Humanities West, April 3, 2003, San Francisco, CA.


Consultant and Moderator, “The First Flowering of Byzantium,” Humanities West, April 11 and 12, 2003, Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, CA


Organizer, Plenary Session:  Endangered Arts—What Can the BSC (Byzantine Studies Conference) Do?  This controversial session was organized in response to the events of March2004 in Kosovo when numerous Serbian Orthodox churches and monasteries were burned and/or destroyed by members of the local Albanian population.  Alice-Mary Talbot, Director, Dumbarton Oaks, served as moderator.  Speakers included:  Dr. Andrew Herscher, former Co-Head, Department of Culture, United Nations Mission in Kosovo, and Co-Director of the Kosovo Cultural Heritage Foundation Project; and Fr. Irinej Dobrijevic


Session Chair, “Gender and Authority,” Medieval Association of the Pacific, Westminster College, Salt Lake City, UT, March 4, 2006.


Session Chair, “Beyond Byzantium,” Byzantine Studies Conference, University of Missouri, St. Louis, November 11, 2006.


Session Chair, “Panels, Diptychs, and Altars,” Medieval Association of the Pacific, UCLA, March 2, 2007.


Session Chair, “Byzantine Art and Architecture,” Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Puget Sound, March 6, 2010.


Moderator, Session 2: “Forum on Dialog of Civilizations,” Pacifica Institute, Santa Clara
University, February 20, 2011.

Other Professional Experience

Pre-publication book manuscript review, Oxford University Press, 2015
Outside Reviewer, Petition for Promotion and Tenure, Pacific School of Religion.
Outside Reviewer, Manuscript, Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 2013, 2008.
Outside Reviewer, Mid-Probationary Review, Pacific School of Religion
Outside Reviewer, Petition for Promotion and Tenure, University of Puget Sound
Pre-publication review, “Late Antique and Early Christian Art,” Chapter 4 of A Brief Chronicle of Western Art for Wadsworth/Thomson Publishers. (2007)
Editorial Consultant, Harcourt, Brace & Jovanovich Publishers. (Edited a draft of the chapters on Medieval art for Gardner's Art Through the Ages (9th edition).
Editorial Assistant, Office of the Registrar, Harvard University. 1981-1982.

Scholarships

Dissertation: Paris, Bibliothéque Nationale, Codex Grec 54:  An Analysis of the Text and Miniatures.  Adviser:  Robert S. Nelson.


Master's Thesis: Stylistic and Iconographic Observations on the Evangelist Portraits of the Coronation Gospels of Charlemagne.  Adviser:  Herbert L. Kessler.

Publications

Book:
Between Constantinople and Rome: An Illuminated Byzantine Gospel Book (Paris gr. 54) and the Union of Churches. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2014. www.ashgate.com/isbn/9781409457442



Articles:
"Another Lectionary of the ‘Atelier’ of the Palaiologina, Vat. gr. 352." Dumbarton Oaks Papers 37 (1983): 47-58.

"Armenian Additions to a Greek Gospelbook: Brescia, Biblioteca Civica Queriniana A.VI.26."

Revue des études Arméniennes 25 (1994-5): 337-352.

"A Textual Source for the Prophet Zone of the Parma Baptistry Cupola." Acts of the XVIIIth International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Selected Papers, Moscow 1991, vol. III: Art History, Architecture, Music, editors in chief: Ihor Sevcenko and Gennady G. Litavrin, corresp. ed.: W. Hanak (Byzantine Studies Press, Inc., 1996), pp. 180-192.

"The Lower Wall Lunettes of the Parma Baptistry:  The Identity of the Subject of the Missing Lunette and Iconographical Connections with the Cupola Program." Arte Cristiana, January/February 87 (1999): 5-16.

"Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Codex Grec 54: Modus Operandi of Scribes and Artists." Dumbarton Oaks Papers 54 (2000): 117-138.
http://www.doaks.org/publications/doaks_online_publications/DOP54/DP54ch5.pdf

“The Afterlife of Texts:  Decorative Style Manuscripts and New Testament Textual Criticism.” In Byzantine Images and their Afterlives: Essays in Honor of Annemarie Weyl Carr, ed. Lynn Jones, 11-38. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2014.


On-line Publication:
“The Iconography of the Narrative Cycle and the Evangelist Portraits of Paris, BnF, gr. 54,” is chapter 5 of my dissertation (Paris, Bibliothéque Nationale, Codex Grec 54:  An Analysis of the Text and Miniatures.” This chapter is not addressed in my book. See:
http://www.ashgate.com/pdf/SamplePages/Maxwell-iconography-index.pdf


Works Submitted and Accepted for Publication:
Co-authored Chapter (with Annemarie Weyl Carr): “Illustrated New Testament Manuscripts and Gospel Books.” In Byzantine Illustrated Manuscripts, ed. Vasiliki Tsamakda. (This is a volume in a new series to be published by Brill in 2015 called A Companion to Byzantine \Studies.)

Book Chapter: “The Textual Affiliation of Deluxe Byzantine Gospel Books” in The New
Testament in Byzantium, eds. Robert S. Nelson and Derek Krueger in conjunction with
Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Studies Symposium of the same title (April 26-28, 2013)
(forthcoming from Dumbarton Oaks in 2015)


Reviews (Solicited):
Review of Anthony Cutler, Aristocratic Psalters in Byzantium. Preface by André Grabar.
(Bibliothèque des Cahiers Archéologiques, 13) Paris: Picard, 1984 in Speculum 62 (2) (1987): 406-408.

Review of Ioannis Spatharakis, The Left-handed Evangelist. A Contribution to Palaeologan Iconography. London: Pindar, 1988 in Byzantinische Zeitschrift (1992): 504-506.

Review of The Twilight of Byzantium, edited by Slobodan Curcic and Doula Mouriki. Princeton University Press, 1991 for Speculum 68 (4) (1993):1096-1098.

Review of Sirarpie Der Nersessian, Miniature Painting in the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia from the Twelfth to the Fourteenth Century, jointly prepared for publication with Sylvia Agemian, with an Introduction by Annemarie Weyl Carr, 2 vols., Dumbarton Oaks Studies, vol. 31 (Washington, DC: 1993) for Speculum 72 (October 1997):1159-1162.

Review of Liz James, Light and Colour in Byzantine Art, Clarendon studies in the History of Art (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996) for The Medieval Review (on-line; September 1998).

Review of Thomas F. Mathews and Alice Taylor, The Armenian Gospels of Gladzor: The Life of Christ Illuminated (J. Paul Getty Museum, 2001) for The Medieval Review (on-line; August 30, 2002).


Scholarly Presentations (all include published abstracts unless otherwise noted):
"The Attribution of a Fourth Lectionary to the ‘Atelier’ of the Palaiologina, Vat. gr. 352." 
Seventh Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, Boston University, November 13, 1981.


"Armenian Influence on the Evangelist Portraits of Brescia, Biblioteca Civica Queriniana cod. A. VI. 26." Ninth Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, Duke University, Nov. 4, 1983.

"Observations on the Narrative Cycles of Paris, Bibl. Nat. gr. 54 and Athos, Iviron 5." Tenth Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, University of Cincinnati, November 3, 1984.

"Unfinished Aspects of the Text and Miniature Cycle of a Late Thirteenth-Century Byzantine Gospelbook." Medieval Association of the Pacific, Stanford University, March 2, 1986.

"Progressive Trends in the Illustrated Narrative Cycle of Paris Gr. 54:  The Miniatures of Luke." 17th International Byzantine Congress, Washington, D.C., August 5, 1986.


"A Palaeologan Illustration of the Parable of the Wise and Foolish Virgins," Fourteenth Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, Houston, TX, November 11, 1988.


"A Lost Fresco of the Parma Baptistry:  Preliminary Observations," Medieval Association of the Pacific, UCLA, March 31, 1989.


"The Prophet Zone of the Parma Baptistry Cupola: Preliminary Observations," Twenty-Fourth Annual International Conference on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, MI, May 6, 1989.


"Textual Sources for the Thirteenth-Century Frescoes of the Parma Baptistry Cupola," 18th International Congress of Byzantine Studies, Moscow, August 8, 1991.


"Modus Operandi of Scribes and Artists of Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Codex Grec 54." Twenty-Third Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, University of Wisconsin-Madison, September 27, 1997.


"Copy vs. Model:  Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale cod. gr. 54 and Mt. Athos, Iviron 5," Medieval Association of the Pacific, Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, CA March 14, 1999.


“Paris, Bibliothèque  Nationale de France, Cod. Gr. 54 and New Testament Textual Criticism: An Art Historian’s Perspective,” XX Congrès International des Ètudes Byzantines, College de France–Sorbonne, Paris, August 20, 2001.


“Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Cod. Gr. 54 and Mt. Athos, Iviron, Cod. 5:  An Art Historian’s Venture into New Testament Textual Criticism,” Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of San Diego, March 22, 2002.


“Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Codex Grec 54 and Princeton University Library, Codex  Garrett 3: A Copy/Model Relationship for Their Greek Gospel Texts?” Thirtieth Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, The Walters Art Museum and The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, October 28, 2004.


“Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Codex Grec 54 and Princeton University Library, Codex  Garrett 3: A Copy/Model Relationship for Their Greek Gospel Texts?” Medieval Association of the Pacific, San Francisco, CA, March 12, 2005.


“Innovation in Text and Image in Paris Grec 54– A Response to the Circumstances of its Commission?” Xth UCLA Byzantinists’ Colloquium, “Byzantium on the West Coast,” UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, April 8, 2006. (no abstract)   
“Paris 54 and Garrett 3.” Society for Biblical Literature, International Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland, July 2-6, 2006.


“Innovation in Text and Image in Paris Grec 54– A Response to the Circumstances of its Commission?”  21st International Congress of Byzantine Studies, London, August 21-26, 2006.


“Manuscripts of the ‘Decorative Style’ and New Testament Text Criticism.”  Symposium in Honor of Annemarie Weyl Carr, Ph. D., Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, February 23, 2008 (no abstract).


“Manuscripts of the ‘Decorative Style’ and New Testament Text Criticism: The Initial
Subgroups.” Byzantine Studies Congress, Rutgers University, October 19, 2008.


“The Evolution of the Illustrated Byzantine Gospel Book from the Sixth through the Thirteenth Century.” The International Greek New Testament Project Seminar on Birmingham University Library, Ms. Peckover Gr. 7 (Gregory-Aland 713 and L586). Birmingham University, U.K., July 9, 2009 (no abstract).


“The Evangelist Portraits of Peckover Gr. 7.” The International Greek New Testament Project Seminar on Birmingham University Library, Peckover Gr. 7 (Gregory-Aland 713 and L586). Birmingham University, U.K., July 9, 2009 (no abstract).


“Peckover Gr. 7 and New Testament Text Criticism.” The International Greek New Testament Project Seminar on Birmingham University Library, Peckover Gr. 7 (Gregory-Aland 713 and L586). Birmingham University, U.K., July 9, 2009 (no abstract).


“Birmingham (U.K.), Peckover Gr. 7: A Twelfth Century Greek Gospel Book with Later
Additions.” Medieval Association of the Pacific, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma,
Washington, March 5, 2010 (no abstract).


“A Decorative Style Manuscript (Athens, Benaki cod. 2) and a Cruciform Text Gospel Book (Tirana, Albania ANA 93) ‘Discovered’ on www.csntm.org.” Byzantine Studies Conference, University of Pennsylvania, October 9, 2010.


“The Evangelist Portraits of Two Early Purple Parchment Gospel Books:  St. Petersburg 53 (Gregory-Aland 565) and Tirana, Berat. 2 (Gregory-Aland 1143). ” The Society for Biblical Literature, San Francisco, November 19, 2011.


“An Embarrassment of Riches: Newly Discovered Byzantine Manuscripts from the National Archives of Tirana, Albania,” The Medieval Association of the Pacific, Santa Clara University, March 31, 2012) (no abstract).


“Illustrated Gospel Books in Byzantium and New Testament Textual Criticism,” DumbartonOaks Byzantine Studies Symposium: The New Testament in Byzantium, Washington, D.C., April 26, 2013 (invited lecture).


“Paris gr. 54 and the Union of Lyon: Renewal, Reunion, Reform, and Rejection,” International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds on 6-9 July 2015 (forthcoming)



Public Lectures (Invited):
"Two Thirteenth-Century Narrative Cycles:  Paris, Bibl. Nat. Cod. Gr. 54 and Athos, Iviron 5."  The Medieval - Renaissance Seminar, Santa Clara University, November 27, 1984.


"Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale, Codex Grec 54: A Thirteenth-Century Illustrated Greek and Latin Gospelbook."  The Medieval - Renaissance Seminar, Santa Clara University, April 28, 1987.


"God's Messengers: Angels in Medieval Art," M. H. de Young Memorial Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA, October 6, 1988.


"The Deisis and the Old Testament Figures of the Parma Baptistry Cupola: Preliminary Observations" and "A Lost Fresco of the Parma Baptistry:  Preliminary Observations." The Medieval - Renaissance Seminar, Santa Clara University, April 25, 1989.


"Medieval Art," Docent Training Lecture, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, October 11, 1994.


"Medieval Art at the Legion of Honor," M. H. de Young  Memorial Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA, September 21, 1995.


“Modus Operandi of Scribes and Artists in Paris, Bibl. Natl. de France, Codex Grec 54,”
Program in Medieval Studies, University of California, Berkeley, February 16, 2001.


“Medieval Art at the Legion of Honor: Stylistic, Iconographic, and Contextual Issues,” Art History Lecture Series, Florence Gould Theater, The Legion of Honor, January 23, 2003.


“The First Flowering of Byzantium,” an introductory lecture for the Governing Board of
Humanities West, San Francisco, April 3, 2003.


“A Byzantine Gospelbook: Codicological, Stylistic, Iconographic, and Textual Issues in Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Codex Grec 54,” A two-hour lecture for Prof. Maria Mavroudi’s Graduate Manuscript Seminar in Paleography, Stone Seminar Room, Bancroft Library, University of California at Berkeley, May 13, 2003.


“The Book of Judith,” Women, the Bible and Art, Lecture Series, St. Ignatius Parish, San Francisco, April 25, 2004.


“Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Codex Grec 54 and Princeton University Library, Codex Garrett 3: A Copy/Model Relationship for Their Greek Gospel Texts?” Art History Scholarly Tea Presentation, Department of Art and Art History, Santa Clara University, October 21, 2005.


“Manuscripts of the ‘Decorative Style’ and New Testament Text Criticism.” Art History Brown Bag Lunch, Department of Art and Art History, Santa Clara University, February 13, 2008.


“Early Christian Art from the Catacombs to Constantine.” Public lecture, St. Ignatius Church, The University of San Francisco, March 1, 2009.


“Michelangelo’s David:  Description vs. Analysis,” AVID Writer’s Conference, Santa Clara University, March 24, 2009

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“Ravenna, Italy—A Treasury of 5th and 6th Century Christian and Byzantine Art,” Public lecture, St. Ignatius Church, The University of San Francisco, December 6, 2009.


“Romanesque and Gothic Architecture,” Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Santa Clara
University, April 12, 2010.


“The Evolution of the Illustrated Greek Gospel Book: Part One,” Public lecture, St. Ignatius Church, The University of San Francisco, December 5, 2010.


“From the Roman Basilica to the Romanesque Cathedral: A Brief History of Christian
Architecture,” Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Santa Clara University, September 26 and October 3, 2011


“The Greek Gospel Text of Paris 54 and New Testament Text Criticism,” Art and Theology Graduate Proseminar, GTU (Graduate Theological Union), Berkeley, September 29, 2011


“Western Culture and Islamic Culture:  An Art Historian’s Approach to the Cultures and Ideas Freshmen Course Sequence for Santa Clara University’s New Core Curriculum,” The Pacifica Institute, Santa Clara, CA, January 14, 2012.


“The Anatomy of a Byzantine Gospel Book,” Public lecture, St. Ignatius Parish, The University of San Francisco, November 18, 2012.


“An Illustrated 13th Century Greek and Latin Gospel Book: Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Codex Grec 54,” Guest lecture for Prof. Kate Lusheck’s Medieval Art class, The University of San Francisco, March 7, 2013.


“Illustrated Gospel Books in Byzantium and New Testament Textual Criticism,” Art History Brown Bag Lunch, Department of Art and Art History, Santa Clara University, April 10, 2013.


“The Anatomy of a Byzantine Illustrated Gospel Book from Constantinople,” for Constantinople and the Byzantine Millennium, in conjunction with Humanities West and delivered at the Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, February 27, 2014.


“Paris gr. 54 and the Union of Lyon: Renewal, Reunion, Reform, and Rejection,” El Centro de Ciencias Humanas y Sociales (CCHS) with the support of the Spanish Society of Byzantine Studies (SEB), Madrid, Spain, Thursday, October 30, 2014.


“Siena and Florence,” Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Santa Clara University, March 3, 2015.


“An Emperor’s Gift for a Pope: Paris 54, A Byzantine Illuminated Gospel Book and the Union of Lyons,” Bates College, Lewiston, ME in March 25, 2015


“Paris gr. 54: An Overview,” Classics Seminar, Santa Clara University, April 22, 2015


“Byzantine Church Design and Decoration from Hagia Sophia to the Kariye Djami,” OsherLifelong Learning Institute, Santa Clara University, April 23, 2015

Awards


Twenty-Five Years of Service at Santa Clara University Award, September 2008


Osgood T. Schmulkoff Award, Dean’s Office, College of Arts and Sciences, Santa Clara University, June 6, 2007


Dr. David E. Logothetti Teaching Award for 2004-2005, College of Arts and Sciences, Santa Clara University, September 13, 2005


Dean’s Special Recognition Award, College of Arts and Sciences, Santa Clara University--for pioneering leadership in the Residential Learning Communities Program, September 17, 2002


Final exam for Ph. D. degree passed with honors, The University of Chicago, fall 1986.


The Standard Club Award, Southern Methodist University, December 1974


Second Class Certificate of Merit for Distinction in Scottish Studies, 1972-73, University of Aberdeen, Scotland

Grants

Dean’s Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, Santa Clara University, May 2014.


Faculty Course Release Initiative Program, fall 2011, to complete book manuscript,
Santa Clara University

Dean’s Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, Santa Clara University, May 29, 2009


Dean’s International Travel Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, Santa Clara University, July 2009 (London, England)


Honorarium for Core Curriculum development of a pilot two-course sequence for Cultures and Ideas 1 & 2: “Art, Politics, and Propaganda,” Spring 2008.


Dean’s International Travel Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, Santa Clara University, July 2006 (Edinburgh, Scotland)


Dean’s International Travel Grant, College of Arts and Sciences, Santa Clara University, August 2006 (London, England)


Thomas Terry Grant, Santa Clara University, January 2004. Project Title: “Paris, Bibliotheque Nationale de France, Codex Grec 54 and New Testament Textual Criticism.

”Santa Clara University Hewlett Foundation Faculty Grant (Integrated Education), January 2002


Dean’s International Travel Grant, Santa Clara University, August 2001 (Paris, France)


NEH Travel to Collections Grant, Summer 1988 (Parma Baptistry frescoes)


Samuel H. Kress Fellowship for Dissertation Research Abroad, 1980


University of Chicago Tuition Fellowships 1976-1979


State of Ohio Tuition Grant, (1971-1972) (Denison University)

Foreign Languages

Ph. D. candidacy exams in French, German, and Italian; basic knowledge of Koine Greek

Professional Memberships

American Association of University Professors
U.S. National Committee for Byzantine Studies
Byzantine Studies Association of North America
The Friends of Mount Athos
The International Greek New Testament Project
Alpha Delta Gamma, Honorary Society for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

 
 
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