Research Project Name Opportunity Field Period
Writing Poetry to Read the Past: Verses on Historians in the Margins of Byzantine Manuscripts Julián Bértola
The Greek Travels of the Villa Medici pensionnaires in the 19th Century: Perceiving Ancient Monuments between Architecture and Archaeology Marianna Charitonidou
Encounters on the Migrant Trail Effrosyni Charitopoulou
Making Sense of Knowledge. Feminist Epistemologies in the Greek Birth Control Movement (1974-1986) Evangelia Chordaki
The Orthodox Line: The Transmission of Christianity in the Old City of Jerusalem Clayton Goodgame
Medusa Underground: Image, Myth and Nature in the Medieval Mediterranean Andrew Griebeler
Aretaeus of Cappadocia on the Poetics and Aesthetics of Disease George Kazantzidis
Greece’s China Policy: The Exceptional Case of a Small Western State Anastasios Panoutsopoulos
Pothos: Longing from Classical Portrait Image to Byzantine Icon Rachel Patt
Light Denied: Blindness as Punishment and Enforced Disability in the Byzantine World Jake Ransohoff
Byzantine Thalassokratia and the Revival of Trade along the Western and Northern Black Sea Coasts and the Connecting River and Overland Routes in the 9th and the 10th Centuries Liliana Simeonova
The Category of Religion as an Instrument of Liberation from Colonialism: Greece and India Pavlo Smytsnyuk
Continuity, Survival, Regression: The Temporalization of Antiquity in the Work of Christian Zervos (1926-1969) Eleni Stavroulaki
‘Give the Emperor What Belongs to the Emperor’: The Shaping of Christian Economy in Byzantine Italy Paolo Tedesco
Entering the Venetian Casa: Byzantine Icons as Mirrors of Renaissance Visual Art (15th-17th centuries) Danai Thomaidis
The Role of Expertise in Greek Contemporary Policymaking. Insights from Innovation Policy and Public Administration Digitalization Reforms Eleftheria (Thenia) Vagionaki
Byzantine Commentary between Past and Present: John Tzetzes on Ancient Poetry Baukje van den Berg
(Un)Real Athens, (Un)Νoticed Gender: A Feminist Reading of Greek Modernism, Maria Zymara