The program in Byzantine Studies at Dumbarton Oaks supports scholarship on the civilization of the Byzantine Empire from the fourth to fifteenth centuries and its interactions with neighboring cultures. Since its establishment in 1940, the program has hosted a continuous series of residential fellows and academic events such as public lectures, symposia, and colloquia. An active publications program sponsors an annual journal, symposium proceedings, and occasional monographs. Staff and fellows have access to an incomparable research library, Image Collections & Fieldwork Archives, and the Byzantine Collection.
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