2024

  • Constantinou, S. “Gendered Emotions in Byzantine Narrative Literature”, in: M. Meyer and Ch. Messis (eds) The Routledge Handbook on Gender and Sexuality in Byzantium. New York and London: Routledge, 461-474. Read and download here
  • Constantinou, S. “Women in the Byzantine Empire”, in: C. Kleinhenz (ed.) Oxford Bibliographies in Medieval Studies. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, in press
  • Constantinou, S. and A. Skouroumouni-Stavrinou. “The Lactating Woman: Breastfeeding and Mothering in Antiquity and Early Byzantium”. New York and London: Routledge, 1-63. Read and download here
  • Constantinou, S. and A. Skouroumouni-Stavrinou. “Breast Rules: The Body of the Wet Nurse in Ancient and Early Byzantine Discourses”. New York and London: Routledge, 67-90. Read and download here
  • Constantinou, S. and A. Skouroumouni-Stavrinou. “‘Galaktology’ and Gender: Simple Literary Forms on Milk and Breastfeeding in Ancient and Early Byzantine Medical Treatises”. New York and London: Routledge, 152-180. Read and download here
  • Parani, M. “Negotiating Gender Identity through the Visual Arts”, in: M. Meyer and Ch. Messis (eds) The Routledge Handbook on Gender and Sexuality in Byzantium. New York and London: Routledge, 419-442.  DOI: 10.4324/9781003044475-25. Read and download here

2023

  • Constantinou, S. “Monastic ‘Gynealogy’: The Maternal-Feminine Structure of Byzantine Women’s Asceticism”, in: A. Purpura and T. Arentzen (eds), Rethinking Gender in Orthodox Christianity. Eugene, ORE: Wipf & Stock, 88-103
  • Constantinou, S. and A. Skouroumouni-Stavrinou (eds.) Breastfeeding and Mothering in Antiquity and Early Byzantium. New York and London: Routledge. Read and download here
  • Constantinou, S. and A. Skouroumouni-Stavrinou. “The Lactating Woman: Breastfeeding and Mothering in Antiquity and Early Byzantium”, in: Constantinou and Skouroumouni-Stavrinou, 1-63. Read and download here
  • Constantinou, S. and A. Skouroumouni-Stavrinou. “Breast Rules: The Body of the Wet Nurse in Ancient and Early Byzantine Discourses”, in: Constantinou and Skouroumouni-Stavrinou, 67-90. Read and download here
  • Constantinou, S. and A. Skouroumouni-Stavrinou. “‘Galaktology’ as Literary Genre: Simple Literary Forms in Ancient and Early Byzantine Medical Texts”, in: Constantinou and Skouroumouni-Stavrinou, 152-180. Read and download here
  • Constantinou, S. “Eventum: A Journal of Medieval Arts and Rituals and its First Issue”, Eventum: A Journal of Medieval Arts & Rituals 1, 7-18. Read and download here
  • Hadjiyiannis, C. “The Byzantine Martyrdom of Djuna Barnes”, in: A. Radford and S. Hobson (eds.) The Edinburgh Companion to Modernism, Religion and Myth. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 494-508. Read and download here
  • Hadjiyiannis, C. and R. Potter (eds) The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century Literature & Politics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
  • Olympios, M. “Rereading Authorship at Saint-Urbain, Troyes”, Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 86.4, 433-476.
  • Olympios, M. “The Wise and Foolish Virgins of Nicosia Cathedral”, Source: Notes in the History of Art 42.3, 159-169.
  • Olympios, M. “When Venus Met Godfrey: The Evocation of Gothic Antiquity in the Architecture of Venetian Cyprus”, in: A. I. Sullivan and K. G. Sweeney (eds) Lateness and Modernity in Medieval Architecture. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 314-345.
  • Parani, M. “Images of Breastfeeding in Early Byzantine Art: Form – Context – Function”, in: Constantinou and Skouroumouni-Stavrinou, 183-205. Read and download here
  • Parani, M. “Clothes maketh the emperor? Embodying and Performing Imperial Ideology in Byzantium through Dress”, in: M. Bacci, G. G. Grigoryan, and M. Studer-Karlen (eds.) Staging the Ruler’s Body in Medieval Cultures: A Comparative Perspective. Turnhout: Brepols, 156-172. Read and download here.

2022

  • Cairns, D., M. Hinterberger, A. Pizzone, and M. Zaccarini (eds.) Emotions Through Time: From Antiquity to Byzantium. Heidelberg: Mohr Siebeck.
  • Constantinou, S. and A. Skouroumouni-Stavrinou. “Premodern ‘Galaktology’: Reading Milk in Ancient and Early Byzantine Medical Treatises”, Journal of Late Antique, Islamic and Byzantine Studies 1.1–2, 1–40, DOI: 10.3366/jlaibs.2022.0003. Read and download here.
  • Constantinou, S. “Angry Warriors in the Byzantine War of Troy”, in: D. Cairns, M. Hinterberger, A. Pizzone, and M. Zaccarini (eds.) Emotions Through Time. Heidelberg: Mohr Siebeck, 339-358.
  • Giannouli, A. “The Synoptic Account of the Seven Ecumenical Councils: Remarks on Hoeschel’s version,” in W. Brandes (ed.), Fontes Minores, Neue Folge Band 3, [Forschungen zur byzantinischen Rechtsgeschichte]. Frankfurt, in press.
  • Hadjiyiannis, C. “‘Split Religion: Heresy in Classical Modernism”, in K. Jacubowizc and R. Dickins (eds.) Heresy and Borders in the Twentieth Century. London: Routledge, 66-83.
  • Hadjiyiannis, C. “Kristeva and the Avant-Garde”, in: M. Margaroni (ed.), Understanding Kristeva, Understanding Modernism. New York: Bloomsbury.
  • Karyolemou, M. “Speech community” [in Greek], in: D. Goutsos and Sp. Bella (eds.) Sociolinguistics. Athens: Gutenberg.
  • Karyolemou, M. “Language policies in Medieval and Modern Greek”, in: Encyclopaedia of Ancient Greek Language and Linguistics. Brill: E-publication.
  • Olympios, M. “Architecture, Sculpture, and Apostolate at the Dominican Church of Negroponte,” Frankokratia 3.1, 1-54.

2021

  • Christodoulou, Ch., S. Armostis, and M. Karyolemou. “The Definiteness Marker of Cypriot Arabic: A Phonological Account”, Journal of Semitic Studies 2, 503-521.
  • Constantinou, S. and A. Andreou. „The Voices of the Tale: The Storyteller in Early Byzantine Collective Biographies, Miracle Collections, and Collections of Edifying Tales“, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 46.1, 1-17, DOI: 10.1017/byz.2021.31
  • Constantinou, S. “Same-Gender Friendships and Enmity in the Life of Eupraxia”, in: L. James, O. Nicholson and R. Scott (eds.) After the Text: Performance, Narrative, Gender and Literacy, London and New York, 218-232.
  • Constantinou, S. “Metaphrasis: Mapping Byzantine Rewriting”, in: S. Constantinou and C. Høgel (eds.) Metaphrasis: A Byzantine Concept of Rewriting and Its Hagiographical Products [The Medieval Mediterranean]. Leiden and Boston: Brill, 3-60, DOI:  https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004438453_002 .
  • Constantinou, S. “A Rewriter at Work: Nikephoros Xanthopoulos and the Pege Miracles”, in: S. Constantinou and C. Høgel (eds.) Metaphrasis: A Byzantine Concept of Rewriting and Its Hagiographical Products [The Medieval Mediterranean]. Leiden and Boston, 324-342, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004438453_014 .
  • Constantinou, S. and C. Høgel (eds.) Metaphrasis: A Byzantine Concept of Rewriting and Its Hagiographical Products [The Medieval Mediterranean]. Leiden and Boston.
  • Constantinou, S. “Satirical Elements in Hagiographical Narratives”, in: I. Nilsson and P. Marciniak (eds.) A Companion to Byzantine Satire. Leiden and Boston, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004442566_006.
  • Hinterberger, M. “Hagiographical Encomia as Metaphrasis in the 14th Century: Some Preliminary Observations,” in S. Constantinou and C. Høgel (eds.) Metaphrasis: A Byzantine Concept of Rewriting and Its Hagiographical Products [The Medieval Mediterranean]. Leiden and Boston, 285-323.
  • Karyolemou, M. “MapCyArS 2017-2020. “Mapping Cypriot Arabic Speakers: An Investigation into Linguistic Demography and the Sociolinguistic Profile of Kormakiote Maronites”, in: 20 Years of Research at the University of Cyprus 2000-2020. Nicosia: University of Cyprus Editions, 53-70.
  • Karyolemou, M. “Teaching Endangered Languages of Oral Tradition: How and What to Assess?”, Applied Linguistics 42, https://doi.org/10.1093/applin/amab045
  • Karyolemou, M. and S. Armostis. “Langue ancienne, écriture nouvelle: codification et standardisation de l’arabe de Chypre”. Cahiers du Centre d’Etudes Chypriotes 50, 407-429.
  • Karyolemou, M., Kiourti, Ε. Zonias, and E. Demetriou. 2021. Sanna A1. Teaching Cypriot Arabic to Children. Level A1. Thematic Units 1-7. Nicosia: Pedagogical Institute/Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports & Youth.
  • Nicolaou-Konnari, A. and G. Grivaud, “Aux origines de la «frankokratia». Genèse, péripéties idéologiques et apologie d’un néologisme de l’historiographie néo-hellénique (Première partie),” Frankokratia 1, 1-30.
  • Olympios, M. “Architecture and Liturgy at the East End of Saint-Urbain, Troyes,” The Burlington Magazine 163, 332-343.
  • Olympios, M. “Towards a History of Thirteenth-Century Gothic in the Latin East,” in G. Fishhof, J. Bronstein, and V. R. Shotten-Hallel (eds.) Settlement and Crusade in the Thirteenth Century: Multidisciplinary Studies of the Latin East. London and New York, 141-155.
  • Parani, M. “On the Fringe: The Painted Ornament of the Holy Trinity Chapel at Koutsovendēs, Cyprus,” Zograf 44, 59-78. DOI: 10.2298/ZOG2044059P

 

2020

  • Nicolaou-Konnari, A. and A. Beihammer (eds.) Knighthood, Crusades, and Diplomacy in the Eastern Mediterranean at the Time of King Peter I of Cyprus [Mediterranean Nexus 1110-1700. Conflict, Influence and Inspiration in the Mediterranean Area]. Turnhout.
  • Nicolaou-Konnari, A., G. Grivaud and C. Schabel (eds.) Famagusta. History and Society [Mediterranean Nexus 1110-1700. Conflict, Influence and Inspiration in the Mediterranean Area]. Turnhout.
  • Nicolaou-Konnari, A. “Women in Medieval Famagusta: Law, Family, and Society,” in G. Grivaud, A. Nicolaou-Konnari and C. Schabel (eds.), FamagustaHistory and Society [Mediterranean Nexus 1110-1700. Conflict, Influence and Inspiration in the Mediterranean Area]. Turnhout, 35-49.
  • Olympios, M. and C. Schabel, “The Cistercian Abbeys of Zaraka and Isova in the Principality of Achaia,” Frankokratia 1.1-2, 165-179.
  • Olympios, M. “Gothic for All: From Macro- to Microarchitecture across Religious Boundaries in Lusignan and Venetian Cyprus,” in: V. R. Shotten-Hallel and R. Weetch (eds.) Crusading and Archaeology: Some Archaeological Approaches to the Crusades. London and New York, 153-182.
  • Olympios, M. “Γοτθική τέχνη στη Λευκωσία των Λουζινιανών,” in: D. Papanikola-Bakirtzi (ed.) Μεσαιωνική Λευκωσία: Πρωτεύουσα ώσμωσης Ανατολής και Δύσης. Nicosia, 120-35.

 

2019

  • Constantinou, S. “Thekla the Virgin: Women’s Sacrifice and the Generic Martyr,” in: A. Korangi and L. Rouhi (eds.) The ‘Other’ Martyrs: Women and the Poetics of Sexuality, Sacrifice, and Death in World Literatures. Wiesbaden, 73-86.
  • Constantinou, S. “Homosocial Desire in the War of Troy: Between (Wo)men,” in: A. J. Goldwyn and I. Nilsson (eds.), Reading the Late Byzantine Romance: A Handbook. Cambridge, 251-262.
  • Constantinou, S. “Gendered Emotions and Affective Genders: A Response,” in: S. Constantinou and M. Meyer (eds.), Emotions and Gender in Byzantine Culture. London and New York, 283-316.
  • Constantinou, S. and M. Meyer (eds.), Emotions and Gender in Byzantine Culture. London and New York.
  • Giannouli, A. “Critical Editions and the Complementary Apparatuses to a Critical Apparatus,” Comparative Oriental Manuscript Studies Bulletin 1.1, 21-28.
  • Karyolemou, M. “A Story at the Periphery: Documenting, Standardising and Reviving Cypriot Arabic,” International Journal of the Sociology of Language 260, 1-14.
  • Karyolemou, Μ. “‘Small Narratives’ for Cypriot Arabic: From the Archive of Oral Tradition to Language Teaching” [in Greek]. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Literacy and Modern Society: Identities, Texts, Institutions. Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth, Pedagogical Institute & University of Cyprus, 175-186. Electronic publication uploaded on 28/05/2020.
  • Karyolemou, Μ., Solomou, E. Zonias and M. Vasili “Language Assessment and Endangered Languages: The Case of Cypriot Arabic” [in Greek]. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Literacy and Modern Society: Identities, Texts, Institutions. Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports and Youth, Pedagogical Institute & University of Cyprus. 161-174. Electronic publication uploaded on 28/05/2020.
  • Nicolaou-Konnari, A. “Le roy de Chippre de renon: The Depiction of Peter I of Lusignan in French Literature,” in: A. Beihammer and A. Nicolaou-Konnari (eds.) Knighthood, Crusades, and Diplomacy in the Eastern Mediterranean at the Time of King Peter I of Cyprus, in, Knighthood, Crusades, and Diplomacy in the Eastern Mediterranean at the Time of King Peter I of Cyprus [Mediterranean Nexus 1110-1700. Conflict, Influence and Inspiration in the Mediterranean Area]. Turnhout, 120-140.
  • Olympios, M. and Maria Parani (eds.) The Art and Archaeology of Lusignan and Venetian Cyprus (1192-1571): Recent Research and New Discoveries. Tournhout.
  • Olympios, M. “Gothic in the Latin East,” in: C. Rudolph (ed.) A Companion to Medieval Art: Romanesque and Gothic in Northern Europe, 2nd ed. [Wiley Blackwell Companions to Art History 14]. Hoboken, NJ, 729-758.
  • Olympios, M. “Η οικοδομική τέχνη στην Κύπρο κατά τις περιόδους των Λουζινιανών και των Βενετών (1192-1571 μ.Χ.),” στο: Ε. Ριζοπούλου-Ηγουμενίδου (επιμ.) Η ιστορία της οικοδομικής τέχνης στην Κύπρο, από την Προϊστορία έως τον 21ο αιώνα. Λευκωσία, 162-85.
  • Olympios, M. “‘Fino al tempo delli Re di Cipro’: Retro-Gothic and Nostalgic Identities in Venetian Cyprus,” in: Ch. Diamanti and A. Vassiliou (eds.) Εν Σοφία μαθητεύσαντες: Essays in Byzantine Material Culture and Society in Honour of Sophia Kalopissi-Verti. Oxford, 48-63.
  • Parani, M. “Curtains in the Middle and Late Byzantine House,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers 73, 145-163.
  • Parani, M., B. Pitarakis and J.-M. Spieser, “Artefacts and Raw Materials in Byzantine Archival Documents (ByzAD): A New Electronic Resource for the Study of Byzantine Material Culture,” in O. Delouis and K. Smyrlis (eds.) Lire les Archives de l’Athos =Travaux et mémoires 23.2. Paris 419-445.
  • Pourgouris, M. The Cyprus Frenzy of 1878 and the British Press. London.