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Dr. Peter HatlieDr. Peter Hatlie

Dean of Rome Campus
Associate Professor of History

Location: University of Dallas Rome Program
Via dei Ceraseti 12
00040 Frattocchie (RM) Italy

Fax: +39.06.935.46.079
Office Phone: +39.06.930.221.556
peter.hatlie@gmail.com

Degrees and Education

May 1993: Ph.D., Byzantine and Medieval History, Department of History, Fordham.  University. Mentors: Professor Rev. John Meyendorff (†) and Professor Maryanne Kowaleski.
May 1985: M.A., Medieval History, Department of History, Fordham University.
May 1983: B.A., Classics & Humanities, Saint Olaf College.

Additional Coursework

1985-1986: Byzantine Art and Archaeology, New York University, Institute of Fine Arts.
1985-1986: Armenian & Georgian History, Dept. of Near Eastern Languages and Literatures, Columbia University.
1984: Greek Paleography, Harvard University.
1984-1985: Early Christian and Byzantine Theology, St. Vladimir's Orthodox Seminary.
1981:  Classics, St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge University.
1979-1980: Greek Art & Archaeology, College Year in Athens

Honors and Awards

2002 & 1995: Dumbarton Oaks/Trustees for Harvard University, Summer Fellowships.
1991-1992: Kosciuszko Foundation Scholarship.
1989-1990: Dumbarton Oaks/Trustees for Harvard University, Junior Fellowship.
1988-1989: Fulbright-Hays Research Fellowship (Thessaloniki, Greece).
1988-1989: American School of Classical Studies, Gennadeion Fellowship, (Athens, Greece).
1984-1991: Fordham University, Research, Teaching and Presidential Fellowships.
1984: Harvard University, Summer Scholarship.
1983-1984: Jesuits of Fordham Loyola Fellowship.
1982: Phi Beta Kappa, St. Olaf College.

Academic Appointments

2003 & 2005: Academic Director and Dean of the Rome Campus, University of Dallas.

1999-2005: Visiting Assistant Professor of History, University of Dallas Rome Program.

1994-2000: Tenured University Lecturer in Byzantine Studies, Department of Classics, University of Groningen, The Netherlands.

Fall 1996: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Archaeology and the History of Art, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey.

1993-1994: Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of History, American University in Bulgaria, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria.

1992-1993: Instructor, Department of History, Upsala College.

1986-1988: Teaching Fellow & Adjunct Instructor, Dept. of History, Fordham University.


Publications

Books

The Monks and Monasteries of Constantinople (ca. 350-850) (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2007).  

Reviews

Av. Cameron, The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 60 (2009) 553-5; J. Hilner, The Journal of Hellenic Studies 129 (2009) 251-2; A. Louth, The Expository Times 121:6 (2010) 319.

Articles and Book Chapters

“Images of Motherhood and Self in Byzantine Literature,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers 63 (2009), in press.

“Byzantine Monastic Rules Before the Typikon (sixth through eighth centuries),” in Founders and Refounders of Byzantine Monasteries, ed. Margaret Mullett (Belfast Byzantine Texts and Translations, 6:3) ( Belfast, 2007) 140-81.

“The Religious Lives of Children and Adolescents,” in A People’s History of Christianity. Vol 3: Byzantine Christianity, ed. Derek Krueger ( Minneapolis, Fortress Press: 2006) 182-200.

“Monks and Circus Factions in Early Byzantine Political Life,” Monastères, images, pouvoirs et société à Byzance, ed. Michel Kaplan (Byzantina Sorbonensia, 23) (Paris, Publications de la Sorbonne: 2006) 13-25.

“A Rough-Guide to Byzantine Monasticism in the Seventh Century,” in The Reign of  Heraclius (610-641): Crisis and Confrontation, eds. Gerrit J. Reinink and Bernard H, Stolte (Groningen Studies in Cultural Change)  ( Leuven-Paris-Dudley, MA : 2002) 205-226.

“Spiritual Authority and Monasticism in Constantinople During the Dark Ages (ca. 650-800),” in Portraits of Spiritual Authority, eds. J.W. Drijvers and John Watt, Religions of the Graeco-Roman World (Leiden: Brill, 1999), 195-222.

“The City a Desert: Theodore of Stoudios on Porneia,” in Desire and Denial in Byzantium, ed. Elizabeth James, Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies Publications 6 (Aldershot, England: Variorum Press, 1999), 67-74.

“Friendship and the Byzantine Iconoclast Age,” in Friendship and Friendship Networks in the Middle Ages, ed. Julian Haseldine (London: Sutton Press, 1990), 137-52.

“Some Intertexts of the Vita Stephani Junioris,” Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 22  (1998): 200-14.

“Life and Artistry in the Publication of Demetrios Kydones’ Letter Collection,” Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 37:1 (Spring 1996): 75-102.

“The Politics of Salvation: Theodore of Stoudios on Martyrdom (Martyrion) and Speaking Out (Parrhesia),” Dumbarton Oaks Papers  50 (1996): 263-287.

“Redeeming Byzantine Epistolography,” Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 20 (1996): 213-48.

“Women of Discipline During the Second Iconoclast Age,” Byzantinische Zeitschrift 89:1 (1996): 37-44.

“Theodore of Stoudios, Pope Leo III and the Joseph Affair (808-812): New Light on an Obscure Negotiation,” Orientalia Christiana Periodica 61:2 (1995): 407-23.

Edited & Translated Texts

“The Encomium of Ss. Isakios and Dalmatos by Michael the Monk (BHG 3 956d): Text, Translation and Notes, in EUKOSMIA. Studi miscellanei per il 75˚di Vincenzo Poggi S.J., eds. Vincenzo Ruggieri and Luca Pieralli ( Rome, 2003), 275-311.

“The Answer to Paul Asen of Gregory Palamas: A Fourteenth-Century Apology for One, Grand and Angelic Schema,” St. Vladimir's Theological Quarterly 33:1 (1989): 35-51.

Book Reviews

Haldon, John, ed. A Social History of Byzantium  (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing: Chichester, West Sussex :, 2009), in Journal of Hellenic Studies.

The Life of Lazaros of Mt. Galesion, An Eleventh-Century Pillar Saint, ed-tr. Richard P.H. Greenfield, Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Saints' Lives in Translation, 3, (Washington, D.C., Oaks, 2000), in Orientalia Christiana Periodica 69:2 (2003): 476-477.

Eleonora Koundoura-Galake, ed., The Dark Centuries of Byzantium ( Athens, 2001), in Orientalia Christiana Periodica 69:1 (2003): 209-214.

Roman Cholij, Theodore the Stoudite, The Ordering of Holiness, Oxford Theological Monographs ( Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2002), in The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 54:2 (2003): 330-331.

Eleonora Koundoura-Galake, The Byzantine Clergy and Society During the Dark Ages (in Greek), in Orientalia Christiana Periodica 65:2 (1998): 469-73.

Encyclopedia Entries

“Sinai, Monastery of St. Catherine,” in Encyclopedia of Ancient History, eds. Roger Bagnall, Kai Brodersen, Craige Champion, Andrew Erskine and Sabine Huebner, 13 vols. (Wiley-Blackwell: London, 2010).

“Symeon of Emesa / Symeon the Fool,” in Encyclopedia of Ancient History, eds. Roger Bagnall, Kai Brodersen, Craige Champion, Andrew Erskine and Sabine Huebner, 13 vols. (Wiley-Blackwell: London, 2010).

“Stoudios Monastery; Stoudite Typikon,” in Encyclopedia of Ancient History, eds. Roger Bagnall, Kai Brodersen, Craige Champion, Andrew Erskine and Sabine Huebner, 13 vols. (Wiley-Blackwell: London, 2010).

“Symeon the Stylite the Elder,” in Encyclopedia of Ancient History, eds. Roger Bagnall, Kai Brodersen, Craige Champion, Andrew Erskine and Sabine Huebner, 13 vols. (Wiley-Blackwell: London, 2010).

“Symeon the Stylite the Younger,” in Encyclopedia of Ancient History, eds. Roger Bagnall, Kai Brodersen, Craige Champion, Andrew Erskine and Sabine Huebner, 13 vols. (Wiley-Blackwell: London, 2010).

“Theodore of Stoudios”, in The Encyclopedia of Monasticism, ed. William M. Johnston, 2 vols. (Chicago : Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers: 2000), vol. 2:1252.

Academic Papers Read

Aug. 2006:  XXth International Congress of Byzantine Studies, University of London, Aug. 24th.
April 2005:  XXXIXth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland, April 4th.
Sept. 2004:  Topographia e strutture degli insediamenti monastici dall’ età della riforma, VIII secolo – fine XI secolo.  III Seminario Internazionale di Studio “I Monasteri nell’alto medioevo”, Università degli Studi Suor Orsola Benincasa / Castel San Vincenzo (SI), Italy September 24th.
Dec. 2002:  The Byzantine and Modern Greek Seminar, Centre for Hellenic Studies, Kings’ College London, December 9th.
Aug. 2002:  XX e Congrès international des Études byzantines, Université Paris I—Panthéon-Sorbonne, August 23rd.
Feb. 2002:  Faculty Seminar, Centre de Recherches d’ Histoire et Civilisation Byzantines et du Proche-Orient Médiéval, Université Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne), Feb. 26th.
Feb. 2002:  Convegno in Inaugurazione XXII Anno Accademico 2001-2002 Scuola di  Specializzazione in Archeologia: “Costantinopoli: nuovi studi e scoperte,” University of Lecce, Cavallino, Italy, February 2nd.
Nov. 2001:  Humanities Faculty Seminar, Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey, November 20th.
April  2001:  Groningen Workshop on the Age of Heraclius, Groningen, April. 20th.
March 2001:  Notre Dame Workshop on the Three Worlds—Islam, Judaism and Christianity, The University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, March 25th.
Nov. 1998:  The American Research Institute in Turkey (ARIT) Snipes’ Lecture, Istanbul, Turkey, November 30th.
Sept. 1998:  The Third Belfast Byzantine Colloquium on the Evergetis Monastery, The Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast, N. Ireland, September 20th.
May 1998:  Cardiff-Groningen Workshop in Early Christianity, Byzantium and the Christian Orient, University of Cardiff,  Cardiff, Wales, May 9th.
Nov. 1997:  Humanities Faculty Seminar, Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey, November 5th.
March 1997:  The 23rd Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, Sussex University, UK, March 21st.
Nov. 1996:  Humanities Faculty Seminar, Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey, November 14th.
March 1995:  Seminarium on Cosmogony and the Systematization of Knowledge, University of Groningen, The Netherlands, March 10th.
Dec. 1994:  Humanities Faculty Seminar, Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey, December 23rd.
Oct. 1994:  Byzantijns-Nieuwgrieks Seminarium, The University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, October 7th.
March 1994:  The 28th Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies, The University of Birmingham, Birmingham, U.K. March 26th.
Oct. 1990:  The Sixteenth Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A., October 26th.
March 1989:  Centre byzantin, Athens, Greece, March 28th.
May 1985: The 20th Int’l Congress of Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, U.S.A., May 17th.

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