Publikationen

Monographien

In Vorbereitung: Politische Tierbildlichkeit in Byzanz. Vom späten 11. bis zum beginnenden 13. Jahrhundert. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2020 (Mainzer Veröffentlichungen zur Byzantinistik).

Artikel und Beiträge zu Sammelwerken

Father and son like eagle and eaglet – concepts of animal species and human families in Byzantine court oration (11th/12th c.). In: Byzantinische Zeitschrift 112,3 (2019), S. 959-990.

Noble hounds for aristocrats, stray dogs for heretics. Connotation and evaluation of literary dogs in Byzantium. In: Impious dogs, haughty foxes and exquisite fish. Evaluative perception and interpretation of animals in ancient and medieval Mediterranean thought. Hrsg. v. Tristan Schmidt und Johannes Pahlitzsch. Berlin: De Gruyter 2019, S. 103-131.

Introduction: Perception and Evaluation of Animals in Euro-Mediterranean Cultures. In: Impious dogs, haughty foxes and exquisite fish. Evaluative perception and interpretation of animals in ancient and medieval Mediterranean thought. Hrsg. v. Tristan Schmidt und Johannes Pahlitzsch. Berlin: De Gruyter 2019, pp. 1-9.

Protective and Fierce: The Emperor as a Lion in Contact with Foreigners and his Subjects in Twelfth- and Early Thirteenth-Century Byzantine Court Literature. In: Cross-cultural exchange in the Byzantine world, c.300-1500 AD: selected papers from the XVII International Graduate Conference of the Oxford University Byzantine Society. Hrsg. v. Kirsty Stewart und James Moreton Wakeley. Oxford:Peter Lang 2016, S. 159-174.

Der Xenon des Pantokratorklosters in Konstantinopel – Standard oder Ideal? In: Skriptum 3,1 (2013), S. 31-54.

Herausgeberschaft

gemeinsam mit Johannes Pahlitzsch: Impious dogs, haughty foxes and exquisite fish. Evaluative perception and interpretation of animals in ancient and medieval Mediterranean thought. Berlin:De Gruyter 2019.