Tyler Wolford

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Entered the program:  2017

Previous Studies:
M.A., Late Antique and Byzantine Studies, Koç University, 2014
B.A., Anthropology and Classical Languages, Ball State University, 2012

Research Interests:
Late Antique and Byzantine Monasticism
Byzantine Hospitals and Medicine
Late Antique Urbanism
Spatial and Landscape Theory
Byzantine Archeology

Classes Taught:
Greek Myth and Art. Spring 2015. Butler University
Art and Architecture of Rome and Greece (Co-Taught).  Spring 2015.  Butler University

Notable Publications:
“To Each According to Their Need: The Various Medical and Charitable Institutions of the Pantokrator Monastery.”  Piroska and the Pantokrator: Dynastic Memory, Healing and Salvation in Komnenian Constantinople. Robert Ousterhout and Marianne Sághy, edd.  Central European Heritage Series.  CEU Press.  Forthcoming.

(Co-Author with Mark Groover) “The Archaeology of Rural Affluence and Landscape Change at the Clemens Farmstead.” Journal of African Diaspora: Archaeology and Heritage 2(2): 131-150. 2013.

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