Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies

(The TQCC of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Agricultural production and installations in Byzantine Cappadocia: a case study focusing on Mavrucandere5
Seven Byzantine lead seals from the museum of Ödemiş in western Anatolia2
Representation as indwelling: Contextualizing Michael Psellos’empsychos grapheacross artistic, liturgical, and literary theory2
The Serpent Column and the talismanic ecologies of Byzantine Constantinople2
The Orthodox Church of Cyprus, Enosis politics and the British authorities during the First World War2
Did the Byzantines call themselves Byzantines? Elements of Eastern Roman identity in the imperial discourse of the seventh century1
Reading social change on a potter's wheel: Chalcis (Euboea) from the Byzantine to the Modern Greek era1
Logistical considerations for the arms production industry in the Middle Byzantine Empire1
Essence and accident: Byzantine portraiture and Aristotelian philosophy1
An embattled charismatic: assertiveness and invective in Niketas Stethatos’ Spiritual Centuries1
The historiography of the Greek-Turkish War in Asia Minor: Britain, Greece, and others, 1915 - 19231
Reassessing a Late Byzantine masterpiece: the Deesis mosaic in the Hagia Sophia of Constantinople1
The departure of the Greeks from Egypt, 1961: the perspective of Greek diplomacy1
Living by his wit: Tzetzes' Aristophanic variations on the conundrums of a ‘professional writer’1
Class and society in Ithaca under Tocco and early Venetian rule (1357–ca. 1600)1
Pınar Üre, Reclaiming Byzantium: Russia, Turkey and the Archaeological Claim to the Middle East in the 19th Century. London: I B Tauris 2020. Pp. 2120
Rock-cut façades: conveyors of ‘false’ monumentality in Byzantine Cappadocia0
Alexander Riehle (ed.), A Companion to Byzantine Epistolography (Brill's Companions to the Byzantine World 7). Leiden–Boston: Brill, 2020. Pp. xii, 531.0
A taste for all things Byzantine: Byzantium in the collections of Antonis Benakis0
Speros Vryonis, Jr. (1928–2019)0
Elisavet Kotzia, Ελληνική Πεζογραφία 1974–2010: Το μέτρο και τα σταθμά. Athens: Polis, 2020. Pp 751.0
Florin Leonte, Imperial Visions of Late Byzantium: Manuel II Palaiologos and Rhetoric in Purple. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2020. Pp. 3440
Constructing continuity: heritage listing and monument preservation in Greater Athens from the 1920s to the 1970s0
Margaret E. Kenna, Greek Island Life. Fieldwork on Anafi. Canyon Pyon: Sean Kingston Publishing, 2017. Pp. x, 241.0
Middle and Late Byzantine sigillographic evidence from western Anatolia: eighth- to early twelfth-century lead seals from Bergama (ancient Pergamon)0
Greek–Soviet relations 1959–1962: the Greek response to the Kremlin's challenge0
George Andreiomenos (ed.), Γιάννης Ρίτσος, Πρώιμα ποιήματα και πεζά. Athens: Kedros 2018. Pp. 288.0
‘A very good and dear friend’: is Panagiotis Nikousios the author of the ‘Mournful story concerning the unjust death of the Grand Postelnic Constantine Cantacuzenus’?0
The Grammatical Introduction by Nikolaos Sofianos: manuscripts, date, and linguistic models0
Thomas Arentzen, The Virgin in Song. Mary and the Poetry of Romanos the Melodist. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017. Pp. xiii, 265.0
Constructing the ‘theatre of power’: the performance of speeches of Emperor Leo VI the Wise0
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Linda Yuretich (trans.), The Chronicle of Constantine Manasses. Translated Texts for Byzantinists 6. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2018. Pp. xviii + 320.0
The Rebellious 1960s via the Prosperous 1990s: Youth, Modernity and Consumption in Antonis Kokkinos’ Τέλος εποχής (End of an Era) (1994)0
William McGrew, Educating across Cultures: Anatolia College in Turkey and Greece. Lanham, Boulder, New York, LondonRowman and Littlefield. 2015, Pp. 508.0
Panagiotis Agapitos (tr.), The Tale of Livistros and Rodamne: A Byzantine Love Romance of the 13th Century. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2021. Pp. 224.0
Rico Franses, Donor Portraits in Byzantine Art: the vicissitudes of contact between human and divine. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018. Pp. xiii, 247, 64 figs.0
Vaticinium de restitutione Constantinopoleos (BHG 1875b): Edition and translation of a post-Byzantine prophecy0
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Kazantzakis and America0
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Alexander Kitroeff, The Greeks and the Making of Modern Egypt. Cairo: The American University in Cairo Press, 2019. Pp 2490
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Of dogs and men: a note on Liudprand's Greek (Rel. 1, 21–23)0
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Nicolas Argenti, Remembering Absence: the Sense of Life in Island Greece Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2019. Pp. 352.0
Buket Kitapçı Bayrı, Warriors, Martyrs, and Dervishes – moving frontiers, shifting identities in the land of Rome (13th-15th centuries). Leiden and Boston: Brill, 2020. Pp. xii, 259.0
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Scott Fitzgerald Johnson, Literary Territories: Cartographical Thinking in Late Antiquity. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. xiv, 195.0
The voices of the tale: the storyteller in early Byzantine collective biographies, miracle collections, and collections of edifying tales0
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The abduction of General Kreipe in Crete: bloodless or bloody?0
Durrells and donkeys: the representation of animals, Greeks, and Corfu in Gerald Durrell's The Donkey Rustlers0
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Another reconsideration of the Madaba map0
Petros T. Pizanias, The Making of the Modern Greeks, 1400–1820, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2020. Pp. xiii, 544.0
Tuning the pen: poetry writing and patronage networks around the end of the Byzantine empire0
Generic self-awareness in a Komnenian novel: the hero in Drosilla and Charikles0
Paschalis M. Kitromilides (ed.), Η Κυπριακή Συλλογή Πετραρχικών και άλλων Αναγεννησιακών Ποιημάτων, Introduction: Elsi Mathiopoulou-Tornaritou, Accompanying texts: Giovanna Carbonaro, Eirini Papadaki.0
Peter Heather, Rome Resurgent: War and Empire in the Age of Justinian Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018. Pp. 408.0
Georgia Gotsi and Despina Provata (eds.), Languages, Identities and Cultural Transfers. Modern Greeks in the Press (1850–1900). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2021, Pp. 270.0
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Ruth Macrides: an appreciation0
Michael Llewellyn-Smith, Venizelos: The Making of a Greek Statesman, 1864-1914. London: Hurst, 2012. Pp. 3200
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The Ledra Palace Hotel and the ‘difficult history’ of modern Cyprus0
The novel of the Greek civil war in the twenty-first century: (post)memory and the weight of the past0
Local involvement in modern Greek revivals of ancient theatres: Delphi and Epidaurus in the inter-war period0
Paschalis M. Kitromilides, Religion and Politics in the Orthodox World: The Ecumenical Patriarchate and the Challenges of Modernity, Abingdon/New York: Routledge, 2019. Pp. xiv, 130 + 10 b/w illustrat0
Theophilus of Edessa on the death of Constans II0
Anthony Kaldellis, Romanland: Ethnicity and Empire in Byzantium, Cambridge, MA: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2019. Pp. xv, 373.0
David Holton, Geoffrey Horrocks, Marjolijne Janssen, Tina Lendari, Io Manolessou and Notis Toufexis, The Cambridge Grammar of Medieval and Early Modern Greek. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 200
Kostas Yiavis, Imperios and Margarona. The Rhymed Version. Critical Edition with Introduction, Commentary and Index–Glossary. Athens: ΜΙΕΤ 2019. Pp. 523 + 31 plates.0
The Presence of Christ in the Eucharist κατ' οὐσίαν. On the interpretation and the source of a fragment from the Homily of George Scholarios and its impact on the Eucharistic doctrine of the Greek Ort0
Recycling and adapting Constantine Manasses’ Aristandros and Kallithea in the Palaiologan Chapters in Political Verse0
Catherine Vanderheyde, La Sculpture byzantine du IXe au XVe siècle: contexte – mise en oeuvre – décors. Paris: Éditions A. & J. Picard, 2020. Pp. 364, 193 figs.0
An antidote to anarchy? Images of monarchy in Greece in the nineteenth and the twentieth centuries0
Scotland's ‘Vagabonding Greekes’, 1453–16880
The ring, the gown, and the apple: the role of magical objects in the Byzantine vernacular romance Kallimachos and Chrysorroi0
Dimitris Tziovas: Η πολιτισμική ποιητική της Ελληνικής πɛζογραφίας: από την ɛρμηνεία στην ηθική. Irakleio: University of Crete Publications, 2017. Pp. 589.0
Έρωτος Αποτελέσματα (1792): Τα στιχουργήματα. Φιλολογική επιμέλεια Ναταλία Δεληγιαννάκη, γλωσσάρι Peter Mackridge. Athens: Μορφωτικό Ίδρυμα Εθνικής Τραπέζης, 2018. Pp. 309.0
Katerina Krikos-Davis (ed.), George Seferis, Μέρες Η (2 Γενάρη 1961–16 Δεκέμβρη 1963) and Μέρες Θ (1 Φεβρουαρίου 1964–11 Μάη 1971). Pp. 384 + 352 Athens: Ikaros 2018, 2019.0
‘The English despot’: Francis Noel-Baker and his support for the Colonels’ regime0
Andrew Mellas, Liturgy and the Emotions in Byzantium: compunction and hymnody. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. Pp. xii, 206.0
Ingela Nilsson, Writer and Occasion in Twelfth-century Byzantium: the authorial voice of Constantine Manasses. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020. Pp. x, 222.0
Narrative coherence in Digenes Akrites (G)0
Some remarks on Elytis’ Crinagoras0
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Emmanuel Roïdes, Pope Joan Translated by David Connolly. Athens: Aiora Press, 2019. Pp. 2310
Trine Stauning Willert and Gerasimus Katsan (eds.), Retelling the Past in Contemporary Greek Literature, Film, and Popular Culture. Lanham: Lexington Books, Pp. 276.0
Inter-faith relations and their spatial representation in the Late Medieval Aegean: the double-apsed churches of Kythnos in the Western Cyclades0
Mark Whittow (1957–2017): a tribute0
E. McGreer (tr.), Byzantium in the Time of Troubles: The Continuation of the Chronicle of John Skylitzes (1057–1079). Leiden: Brill, 2020, Pp. xvi, 216.0
Lambros Kamperidis and Denise Harvey (eds.), Alexandros Papadiamandis, The Boundless Garden. Selected Short Stories, Volume II. Limni, Evia: Denise Harvey (Publisher), 2019. Pp. xx, 363.0
Paula Meehan's Greek journey: environmental footsteps0
Roderick Beaton Greece: Biography of a Modern Nation, London: Allen Lane2019. Pp. 462, 26.0
Gioula Koutsopanagou, The British Press and the Greek Crisis, 1943–1949: Orchestrating the Cold-War ‘Consensus’ in Britain. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. Pp. xii, 375.0
Legal pluralism for whose sake? Ottoman law, Greek jurists, and religious privileges0
The controversy over Ancient Greek as a school subject: education, ideology, and politics in times of crisis0
Marc D. Lauxtermann, Byzantine Poetry from Pisides to Geometres: Texts and Contexts. Volume Two. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, 2019. Pp. 431.0
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Greek identity and education in the seventeenth century: Theophilos Korydalleus’ political movement in the Orthodox East0
Tina Bucuvalas (ed.), Greek Music in America. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2019. Pp. xii, 468.0
The reception of Plutarch in George Pisides’ panegyrical poems0
Peter Mackridge (1946–2022)0
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Konstantinos Dapontes, Selected Writings: Translated with an Introduction and Notes by Elina Tsalicoglou. Cambridge, MA 2019, Pp. lxvii, 1280
Geoffrey Greatrex & Sylvain Janniard (eds), Le Monde de Procope/ The World of Procopius. Paris (Orient et Mediterranée 28): Éditions de Boccard, 2018. Pp. 4260
The metropolitan and the Theban silk industry: a hypothetical reconstruction0
Monks, laity and the prospect of self-sufficiency: Souflar Metochi of Vatopedi Monastery0
Joseph Bryennios and eschatological theology in Late Byzantium0
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Paschalis Nikolaou, The Return of Pytheas: Scenes from British and Greek Poetry in Dialogue. Bristol: Shearsman Books2017. Pp. 159.0
Performance and subversion under the Colonels’ gaze: changing notions of identity in the different editions of Dido Sotiriou's Οι νɛκροί πɛριμένουν0
Early Byzantine sigillographic evidence from western Anatolia: sixth- and seventh-century lead seals from Bergama (ancient Pergamon)0
Peter Mackridge and David Ricks (ed.), The British Council and Anglo-Greek Literary Interactions, 1945-1955. Abingdon: Routledge, 2018. Pp. xii, 261.0
The popular perception of Byzantium in contemporary Turkish culture0
Philhellenism and after: Greece in E.F. Benson's life and work0
Joseph A. Munitiz, S.J. (1931-2022)0
Stories of emperors, sultans, and cities: comparing protagonists in the histories of Doukas and Leonardo Bruni0
Marjorie Chambers, Yannis Ritsos Among his Contemporaries. Twentieth-Century Greek Poetry Translated by Marjorie Chambers. London: Colenso Books, 2018. Pp. xvii, 233.0
Remarks on the collection of Byzantine lead seals of the Barber Institute of Fine Arts (University of Birmingham): mobility, networks, and identity in eastern Pontos0
Fragments from Ottoman Zagori: continuity and change in a montane landscape through a local perspective0
Konstantina Zanou, Transnational Patriotism in the Mediterranean 1800-1850: Stammering the Nation. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018. Pp. xx, 248.0
Trapped in the imperial narrative? Some reflections on warfare and the provincial masses in Byzantium (600-1204)0
Gonda van Steen, Adoption, Memory and the Cold War: Kid pro quo? Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 2019. Pp. 330, xx.0
Robert G. Ousterhout, Eastern Medieval Architecture. The building traditions of Byzantium and neighboring lands. New York: Oxford University Press 2019, Pp. 7830
Dimitris Papanikolaou, Greek Weird Wave: a cinema of biopolitics. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2021. Pp. xiv, 268 - Marios Psarras, The Queer Greek Weird Wave: ethics, politics and the crisi0
The Battle of Peta (1822): when the Philhellenes fought like the Greek irregulars0
A repentant sinner: representing the self in Nikephoros Ouranos’ catanyctic alphabet0
Στέφανος Κακλαμάνης, Ἡ Κρητικὴ ποίηση στὰ χρόνια τῆς Ἀναγέννησης (14ος – 17ος αἰ.), 3 volumes, Athens: Μορφωτικὸ Ἵδρυμα Ἐθνικῆς Τραπέζης, 2019–20.0
Antioch's Last Heirs: The Hatay Greek Orthodox Community between Greece, Syria and Turkey0
Evan Jones (tr.), C.P. Cavafy, The Barbarians Arrive Today: Poems and Prose. Manchester: Carcanet Classics, 2020. Pp. 338.0
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The Albanoi in Michael Attaleiates’ History: revisiting the Vranoussi-Ducellier debate0
Alexios G. C. Savvides, The Beginnings and Foundation of Byzantine Studies: a Survey. With a bibliographical appendix. Athens: Hêrodotos, 2018. Pp. 2640
Vangelis Hatzivasiliou, Η κίνηση του εκκρεμούς: Άτομο και κοινωνία στη νεότερη ελληνική πεζογραφία 1974–2017. Athens: Polis, 2018. Pp 910.0
Donald J. Mastronarde, Preliminary Studies on the Scholia to Euripides. Berkeley, CA: California Classical Studies, 6, 2017. Pp. xxviii, 246.0
Philipp Niewöhner (ed.), The Archaeology of Byzantine Anatolia: from the End of Antiquity until the Coming of the Turks. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. Pp. xii, 464.0
Making sense of an execution: Patriarch Gregory V between the Sublime Porte and the Patriarchate0
The weak life of the nation: Spyridon Zambelios’ philosophical history and its Hegelian roots0