Diliana Angelova

Real name: 
Associate Professor
Office Hours: 
Tuesday, 11-12; Thursday, 2:10-2:40; and by appointment
423 Doe Library
(510) 643-7290
Education: 

B.A., American University in Bulgaria, 1995
M.A., Southern Methodist University, 1998

M.A., Harvard University, 2002
Ph.D., Harvard University, 2005

Representative Publications: 

Sacred Founders: Women, Men, and Gods in the Discourse of Imperial Founding, Rome through Early Byzantium (UC Press, September 2015).

“Stamp of Power: The Life and Afterlife of Pulcheria’s Buildings” in Byzantine Images and Their Afterlives, ed. Lynn Jones (Ashgate, 2014), 83-103.

Review of Beat Brenk, The Apse, the Image, and the Icon: An Historical Perspective of the Apse as a Space for Images (Reichert, 2010). In Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik, vol. 61 (2011).

“The Ivories of Ariadne and Ideas about Female Imperial Ideology in Early Byzantium,” Gesta 43/1 (2004): 1-15 (peer-reviewed). Received The Van Courtlandt Elliott Prize (“for an outstanding first article” in the field of medieval studies), Medieval Academy of America, 2006.

Courses

Semester Course Title Syllabus
Spring 2017 100AP Art and Monuments as Sources for Pre-Modern European History