Publikationen


Books Authored and Edited

1. Memoria in the Byzantine World. Book manuscript / “Habilitationsschrift” (in preparation).
2. Ed. with Tillmann Lohse, Ignacio Sánchez and Annette Schmiedchen. Endowment Studies 2.2 (Fall 2018).
3. Ed. with Johannes Pahlitzsch. Ambassadors, Artists, Theologians: Byzantine Relations with the Near East from the Ninth to the Thirteenth Centuries. Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident; Veröffentlichungen des WissenschaftsCampus Mainz (in preparation, scheduled to appear in 2018).
4. Ed. with Tillmann Lohse, Ignacio Sánchez and Annette Schmiedchen. Endowment Studies 1.1 (Spring 2017).
5. Byzantine Legal Culture and the Roman Legal Tradition, 867–1056. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2017.
a. Reviews

  • James Morton in Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 42.1 (2018): 173-174.
  •   Thomas Ernst van Bochove in The American Historical Review 123.4 (October 2018): 1371-1372.
  • Barbara Biscotti in Comparative Legal History (2018).

6. Founding editor of the interdisciplinary journal Endowment Studies (2017-, Brill).

Articles in Peer-Reviewed Journals

1. “Founding a Monastery on Athos under Early Ottoman Rule: The typikon of Stauroniketa”, Endowment Studies 1.2 (Fall 2017): 173-197.
2. Together with Tillmann Lohse, Ignacio Sánchez and Annette Schmiedchen. “Endowment Studies – Interdisciplinary Perspectives”, Endowment Studies 1.1 (Spring 2017): 1-59.
3. “The Proprietary Church and Monastery in Byzantium and the Eastern Christian World”, Viator 47.3 (2016): 27-46.
4. “The Patriarch Alexios Stoudites and the Reinterpretation of Justinianic Legislation against Heretics”, Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 54.2 (2014): 293-312.
5. “At the Origins of Ephoreia”, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 37.1 (2013): 53-62.

Chapters in Edited Volumes

1. “Muslims and Non-Orthodox Christians in Byzantine Law until ca. 1100” in Edward Cavanagh (ed.), Law and Empire in the Longue Durée (collective volume with Oxford University Press, submitted manuscript, ca. 8,000 words).
2. “Dying, Death and Burial in the Christian Orthodox Tradition: Byzantium and the Greek Churches”, in Philip Booth and Elizabeth Tingle (eds.), Brill Companion to Death, Burial and Remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe 1300-1700 (collective volume with Brill, in preparation, ca. 8-10,000 words).
3. “Poor in This World but not in the Next?: The Commemoration of the Dead in Byzantine Peasant Society”, in Anna Kelley and Flavia Vanni (eds.), Peasants and Poverty in Byzantium (collective volume with Brill, submitted manuscript, ca. 7,000 words).
4. With Johannes Pahlitzsch, “Introduction” in Ambassadors, Artists, Theologians: Byzantine Relations with the Near East from the Ninth to the Thirteenth Centuries. Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident; Veröffentlichungen des WissenschaftsCampus Mainz (in preparation, scheduled to appear in 2018).
5. With Michael Borgolte, “Herrscherliche Klosterstiftungen im Westen und in Byzanz. Ein Beitrag zur vergleichenden Reformforschung/Royal Monastic Foundations in the West and in Byzantium. A Contribution to Comparative Scholarship on Reform” in Falko Daim, Christian Gastgeber, Dominik Heher and Claudia Rapp (eds.), Menschen, Bilder, Sprache, Dinge. Wege der Kommunikation zwischen Byzanz und dem Westen 2: Menschen und Worte. Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident 9.2. Mainz: Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums 2018: 51-61.
6. Six articles on Greek Orthodox foundations (“Raum” [“Space”], “Gesellschaftlicher Wandel” [“Societal Change”], “Kritik, Reform und Aufhebung” [“Criticism, Reform and Liquidation”], “Inventionen, Innovationen und Imitationen im interkulturellen Kontakt” [“Inventions, Innovations and Imatitations within Intercultural Contacts”]  in Michael Borgolte (ed.), Enzyklopädie des Stiftungswesens in mittelalterlichen Gesellschaften. Band III: Stiftung und Gesellschaft (“Encyclopedia of Foundations in Medieval Societies. Volume Three: Foundations and Society”). Berlin: De Gruyter 2017: 77-96; 165-174; 246-258; 323-333; 395-408; 471-477.
7. Seven articles on Greek Orthodox foundations (“Religiöses Verdienst und weltliche Ambitionen” [“Religious Merit and Temporal Ambitions”]; “Gedenken und Kultus” [“Commemoration and Cult”]; “Wohltätigkeit und Bildung” [“Charity and Education”]; “Stiftungsvermögen” [“Foundation Endowments and Revenues”]; “Stifter” [“Founders”]; “Stiftungsbegünstigte” [“Beneficiaries of the Foundation”]; “Stiftungsorganisation” [“Foundation Organization”]) in Michael Borgolte (ed.), Enzyklopädie des Stiftungswesens in mittelalterlichen Gesellschaften. Band II: Das soziale System Stiftung (“Encyclopedia of Foundations in Medieval Societies. Volume Two: The Social System Foundation”). Berlin: De Gruyter 2016: 61-72; 147-165; 242-257; 324-336; 407-420; 486-497; 557-570.
8. “The Scholiasts Speak: How Middle Byzantine Jurists Construed the Legal Status of Jews”, in Robert Hoyland (ed.), The Late Antique World of Early Islam. Muslims among Christians and Jews in the East Mediterranean (Studies in Late Antiquity and Early Islam 25) Princeton: Darwin Press 2015:  87-105.
9. Six articles on Greek Orthodox foundations (“Stiftung - Mittelalterliche Sprachgebrauch und moderner Begriff” [“Foundation: Medieval Terminology and Modern Understanding”); “Forschungsgeschichten” [“Research on Foundations”]; “Typolosierungen” [“Typologies”]; “Periodisierungen” [“Periodizations”]; “Schriftzeugnisse” [“Written Sources”]; “Sachzeugnisse” [“Material Sources”]) in Michael Borgolte (ed.), Enzyklopädie des Stiftungswesens in mittelalterlichen Gesellschaften. Band I: Grundlagen (“Encyclopedia of Foundations in Medieval Societies. Volume One: Fundamentals”). Berlin: De Gruyter 2014: 57-70; 131-145; 212-229; 299-313; 397-411; 511-529.

Encyclopedia Articles and Reviews

1. Review of Spyros N. Troianos, Die Quellen des byzantinischen Rechts. Berlin; Boston: De Gruyter, 2017. Published in Bryn Mawr Classical Review on 18.03.2018.
2. Review of Mike Humphreys (trans.). The Laws of the Isaurian Era: The Ecloga and Its Appendices. Translated with Introduction and Commentary. Translated Texts for Byzantinists, 3. Liverpool, Liverpool University Press 2017, Byzantinische Zeitschrift 111.1 (2018): 170-185.
3. Review of Ludwig Steindorff and Oliver Auge (eds). Monastische Kultur als transkonfessionelles Phänomen. Beiträge einer deutsch-russischen interdisziplinären Tagung in Vladimir und Suzdal’. Berlin: Oldenbourg Verlag 2016. Published on H-Soz-Kult on 19.04.2017.
4. “Minderheiten im Reich: Ost- und West-Syrer”, in Falko Daim (ed.), Byzanz. Historisch-Kulurwissenschaftliches Handbuch (PS 11). Stuttgart: Metzler Verlag 2016.
5. “Minterheiten im Reich: Muslimen“, in Falko Daim (ed.), Byzanz. Historisch-Kulurwissenschaftliches Handbuch (PS 11). Stuttgart: Metzler Verlag 2016.
6. Review of David Wagschal. Law and Legality in the Greek East: The Byzantine Canonical Tradition, 381-883. Oxford Early Christian Studies.   Oxford; New York:  Oxford University Press 2015. Published in Bryn Mawr Classical Review on 14.11.2015.