Joseph Kopta, M.A.

Stipendiat der Samuel H. Kress Foundation, September 2019 bis Jui 2021


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Vita

  • Temple University, Tyler School of Art and Architecture, Philadelphia, PA
    Ph.D. Candidate
    , Department of Art History— A.B.D. – expected May 2021
    Dissertation in progress: “Chromatic Networks: Materiality and Materialism of Middle Byzantine Gospel Lectionaries (ca. 850–1204 CE)” (Advisor: Elizabeth S. Bolman)
  • Columbia University, New York, NY
    Post-Baccalaureate Program
    , Department of Classics (Greek & Latin) /2011–2012
  • Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY
    M.S.
    , with honors, Theory, Criticism, and History of Art, Design, and Architecture /2010
    Thesis: “Greek Speakers and Eastern Martyrs: The Greater Contexts of the Theodotus Chapel, Santa Maria Antiqua, Rome (741–752)”
    Advanced Graduate Certificate
    , Museum Studies— 2010
    B.F.A.
    , with honors, Theory, Criticism, and History of Art, Design, and Architecture /200

Select Publications

  • “Hair, Touch, and the Ivory Comb of Leo VI as an Agent of Imperial Order” (article forthcoming)
  • “Mass Matters––Materiality in Contemporary Art and Art History;” “Bryan Kekst Brown;” and “Ryu-Hee Kim,” Don't Take This the Wrong Way: Tyler School of Art MFA Catalogue 2016 (Philadelphia: Tyler School of Art, 2016), 12–13; 46–49; 54–57.
  •  “Canosa di Puglia” and “K[enneth] Conant,” The Grove Encyclopedia of Medieval Art and Architecture, ed. Colum P. Hourihane (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012), I:501-502; II:185-186; also pulished on Grove Art Online.

Select Conference Papers

  • “Byzantine Book Bindings and Venetian Transformations,” for the panel “Connecting the Euro-Mediterranean Cultures through Venice,” 24th International Byzantine Studies Congress, Istanbul, Turkey, August 2021 (accepted)

  • “Middle Byzantine Manuscript Pigments,” Byzantine Materiality Conference, Sacred Arts Initiative, St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, Yonkers, NY, May 8–11, 2019

  • “Hair, Touch, and the Ivory Comb of Leo VI as an Agent of Imperial Order,” 41st Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, New York, NY, October 22, 2015

Select Grants & Awards

Kress Institutional Fellowship, Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte—2019–2021
Mellon Foundation Travel Grant for Part-time Faculty, Pratt Institute— Spring 2018 & Spring 2019

Vice Provost’s Grant, Graduate School, Temple University— 2014

C & M Schade Endowment Scholarship, Pratt Institute— 2005

Pratt Grant, Pratt Institute— 2004–2008