Medewerkers/Contributors – Volume 9, issue 1 (winter 2001-2002)

Volume 9, issue 1 (winter 2001-2002)
Medewerkers/Contributors

Dirk Krausmüller is a Research Fellow in Byzantine Cultural History at the AHRB Centre for Byzantine Cultural History for 2001. Last year he completed his PhD thesis Saints’ Lives and Typika: the Constantinopolitan Monastery of Panagiou in the Eleventh Century, at Queen’s University Belfast.

Annabelle Parker is co-founder/editor of Golden Horn. She finished her M.A. in Byzantine/Medieval Studies at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in 1992, focussing on the Desert Fathers/-Mothers. She is marketing manager at Edita KNAW. In her spare time she works on a critical edition of the Vita Syncleticae.

André de Raaij is a social historian (University of Amsterdam) whose interests involve currents in religious anarchism in The Netherlands and elsewhere. He is one of the founders of Golden Horn.

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Medewerkers/Contributors Volume 8, issue 1 (summer-fall 2000)

Gouden Hoorn 8,1: Medewerkers/Contributors

Medewerkers/Contributors

Peter Beatson, Ph.D. (Microbiology) is a ‘living history’ enthusiast from Sydney, Australia. He has written several reviews on archaeological and historical matters for his fellow hobbyists, and he reconstructs historical artefacts for a living. His main interest in Byzantine Studies is the everyday life of Byzantines around the turn of the 10-11th centuries.

Annabelle Parker is a Byzantinist, who works on a thesis involving a critical edition of the Vita Syncleticae. Currently she is translating the Wisdom of St Isaac into Dutch.

Medewerkers – Contributors Volume 7, issue 2 (winter 1999-2000)

Medewerkers/Contributors

Edip Aydın is in the 3rd year of a Master of Divinity program at St.Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary in Crestwood, New York and writing his thesis on ‘The History of the Syrian Orthodox Church in North America: Challenges and Opportunities’. Also, he is involved in Christianity A to Z, the Bimillenium Christian Dictionary project, contributing up to seventy entries about the lives of the saints in the Syriac liturgical tradition.

Karin White is in the final year of her PhD degree. Her research is focussed on the relationship between Roma (Gypsies) and settled people in Byzantium in comparison with such relationships today, in former Byzantine territories.

Ann Moffatt is a lecturer in the Department of Classics and Modern European Languages at Australian National University and one of the founding members of AABS.

Medewerkers/Contributors – Volume 7, issue 1 (summer 1999)

Volume 7, issue 1 (summer 1999)
Medewerkers/Contributors

Gabriel Rabo ist Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Syrische Kirchengeschichte an der Universität Göttingen. Er kommt aus Hah/Tur ‘Abdin (Südosten der Türkei) und hatte als Schüler das syrische Priesterseminar Mor Gabriel in Tur ‘Abdin besucht. Nach dem Studium der katholischen Theologie an der Universität Eichstätt schreibt er eine Doktorarbeit über Paulinenauslegung des Dionysius Yakub Bar Salibi (+1171) und seinen Kommentar zum Römerbrief.

Dirk Krausmüller works on Byzantine monasticism and monastic spirituality at Queen’s University, Belfast.

Annabelle Parker works on a critical edition of the Vita Syncleticae at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Edip Aydın is a 3rd year student of Divinity at St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary in Crestwood, New York. He has written about Syriac literature in earlier issues of Gouden Hoorn.

Medewerkers/Contributors Vol. 6, issue 2 (winter 1998-1999)

Volume 6, issue 2 (winter 1998-1999)

Medewerkers/Contributors

Dirk Krausmüller lives in Munich, where he works on his PhD. He has done Byzantine Studies in Munich and at Birmingham University, and he spent a year (’82-’83) at Dumbarton Oaks. He has published articles on Byzantine monasticism, most recently in Work and worship at the Theotokos Evergetis, c. 1050-c. 1200, Belfast, 1997, and in Gouden Hoorn.

André de Raaij is politicoloog en sociaal-historicus. Hij werkt aan een biografie van de Nederlandse christen-anarchist Felix Ortt (1866-1959). Hij maakt sinds de oprichting van Gouden Hoorn deel uit van de redactie.

Gabriel Rabo ist Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Syrische Kirchengeschichte an der Universität Göttingen. Er kommt aus Hah/Tur ‘Abdin (Südosten der Türkei) und hatte als Schüler das syrische Priesterseminar Mor Gabriel in Tur ‘Abdin besucht. Nach dem Studium der katholischen Theologie an der Universität Eichstätt schreibt er eine Doktorarbeit über Paulinenauslegung des Dionysius Yakub Bar Salibi (Ý 1171) und seinen Kommenter zum Römerbrief.

Ken Dark teaches at Reading University and is director of the Late Antiquity Research Group, which is based in the UK.

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From being a medieval re-enactor Tim Dawson came to tertiary study late with an established interest in Byzantium. B.A. Honours in Classics at the University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Thesis topic: Byzantine slavery from Justinian to Leo the Wise. He is presently engaged in a further degree at the University of New England, New South Wales, Australia on the subject of the evolution of middle Byzantine court dress.

Gabriel Rabo ist Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Syrische Kirchengeschichte an der Universität Göttingen. Er kommt aus Hah/Tur ‘Abdin (Südosten der Türkei) und hatte als Schüler das syrische Priesterseminar Mor Gabriel in Tur ‘Abdin besucht. Nach dem Studium der katholischen Theologie an der Universität Eichstätt schreibt er eine Doktorarbeit über Paulinenauslegung des Dionysius Yakub Bar Salibi (Ý 1171) und seinen Kommenter zum Römerbrief. Adresse: Universität Göttingen, Platz der Göttinger Sieben 2, D-37073 Göttingen

Andrew Palmer is Lecturer in Eastern Christianity aan de School of Oriental and African Studies. Momenteel werkt hij aan een nieuwe editie, vertaling en commentaar op de Hymnen over het Geloof, van Ephraïm de Syriër.

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Annabelle Parker is Byzantinologe, en werkt momenteel aan een promotieonderzoek met als onderwerp de Vita Syncleticae.

Dirk Krausmüller lives in Munich, where he works on his PhD. He has done Byzantine Studies in Munich and at Birmingham University, and he spent a year (’82-’83) at Dumbarton Oaks. He has published articles on Byzantine monasticism, most recently in Work and worship at the Theotokos Evergetis, c. 1050-c. 1200, Belfast, 1997 (forthcoming).

André de Raaij is sociaal en politiek historicus te Amsterdam, en houdt zich bezig met uiteenlopende publicaties. In zijn vrije tijd is hij krypto-byzantinoloog. Hij maakt sinds de oprichting van Gouden Hoorn deel uit van de redactie.

Gabriel Rabo ist Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Syrische Kirchengeschichte an der Universität Göttingen. Er kommt aus Hah/Tur ‘Abdin (Südosten der Türkei) und hatte als Schüler das syrische Priesterseminar Mor Gabriel in Tur ‘Abdin besucht. Nach dem Studium der katholischen Theologie an der Universität Eichstätt schreibt er eine Doktorarbeit über Paulinenauslegung des Dionysius Yakub Bar Salibi (+1171) und seinen Kommenter zum Römerbrief.

Neurez Atto is a Suryoyto Student in Culture, Organization and Management at the Free University in Amsterdam. She was born in a village called Mzizah in Turkey’s South-East in Tur ‘Abdin area. She has lived in the Netherlands since 1980.