|The Celebration of the Saints in Byzantine Art and Liturgy
Part I: Saints and the Calendar of the Church Year:
I. "Canon and Calendar: the role of ninth-century hymnographers in shaping the celebration of the saints," in The Byzantine World in the Ninth Century: Dead or Alive? ed. Leslie Brubaker (Aldershot, 1998), 101-14
II. "The Imperial Menologia and the ‘Menologion’ of Basil II,” English version of my article in El “Menologio de Basilio II” Città del Vaticano, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Vat. Gr. 1613. Libro de Estudios con Ocasión de la edición facsímil, ed. Francesco D’Aiuto (Vatican City/Athens/Madrid 2008), 231-59
III. "Three Saints at Hosios Loukas," in The Heroes of the Orthodox Church. The New Saints, 8th-16th c., ed. Eleonora Kountoura-Galake (Athens 2004), 459-72
IV. "Marking Holy Time: The Byzantine Calendar Icons," in Byzantine Icons. Art, Technique and Technology, ed. Maria Vassilaki (Heraklion 2002), 51-62
V. "The Evergetis Synaxarion and the celebration of a saint in twelfth-century art and liturgy," in Work and Worship at the Theotokos Evergetis 1050-1200, ed. Margaret Mullett and Anthony Kirby [= Belfast Byzantine Texts and Translations, 6.2] (Belfast 1997), 386-99
Part II: Narrative Icons
VI. "Vita Icons and 'Decorated' Icons of the Komnenian Period," Four Icons in the Menil Collection, ed. Bertrand Davezac [= The Menil Collection Monographs 1] (Houston, 1992), 57-69.
VII. "The Vita Icon and the Painter as Hagiographer," Dumbarton Oaks Papers 53 (1999), 149-65
Part III: Saints and the Faithful
VIII. "The Tomb of Isaak Komnenos at Pherrai," Greek Orthodox Theological Review 29 (1984), 135-39.
IX. "Close Encounters: Contact between Holy Figures and the Faithful as represented in Byzantine Works of Art," Byzance et les images, ed. André Guillou and Jannic Durand (Paris 1994), 255-85 [= Cycle de conférences organisé au musée du Louvre 1992]
X. "The Representation of Donors and Holy Figures on Four Byzantine Icons," Deltion tes Christianikes Archaiologikes Hetaireias, 4th series, vol. 17 (1993-4), 157-64.
Part IV: Icons and Liturgical Performance
XI. "Icons in the Liturgy," Dumbarton Oaks Papers 45 (1991), 45-57
XII. " 'Servants of the Holy Icon'," Byzantine East, Latin West. Art Historical Studies in Honor of Kurt Weitzmann (Princeton 1995), 547-53.
XIII. "The Five Hymnographers at Nerezi," Palaeoslavica 10:2 (2002), 55-68
Part V: Holy Places, Holy Relics
XIV. "The Hermit as Stranger in the Desert," in Strangers to Themselves: The Byzantine Outsider, ed. Dion C. Smythe (Aldershot 2000), 75-86.
XV. "The Cave of the Apocalypse," Praktika tou diethnous symposiou me thema: Hi. Mone Hag. Ioannou tou Theologou - 900 Chronia historikes martyrias (1088-1988) (= Hetaireia byzantinon kai metabyzantinon meleton, Diptychon Paraphylla 2) (Athens 1989) 169-80.
XVI. "The Limburg Staurothek and Its Relics," Thymiama ste mneme tes Laskarinas Mpoura (Athens 1994), 289-94
XVII. "The Monastery of Mount Sinai and the Cult of Saint Catherine," in Byzantium: Faith and Power (1261-1557). Perspectives on Late Byzantine Art and Culture, ed. Sarah T. Brooks (The Metropolitan Museum of Art Symposia) (New York/New Haven/London 2007), 118-37