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Department of Literary Studies
GIKS - Ghent Institute of Classical Studies
HPIMS - Henri Pirenne Institute for Medieval Studies
Projects as supervisor
Interconnected texts. A graph-based computational approach to Byzantine paratexts as nodes between textual transmission and cultural and linguistic developments
The heritage of the psalms in Byzantine penitential poetry
Database of Byzantine book epigrams
Projects as co-supervisor
Byzantine scholia on historians and the literature of marginalia. Reading and writing practices in the margins of medieval Greek manuscripts
Projects as PhD researcher
Texts for the school. Didactic poetry in the Greek middle ages
The beats of the pen. Social contexts of reading and writing poetry in eleventh-century Constantinople
Most recent publications
Bernard, Floris. “Laughter, Derision, and Abuse in Byzantine Verse.”
Satire in the Middle Byzantine Period : The Golden Age of Laughter?
, edited by Ingela Nilsson and Przemyslaw Marciniak, vol. 12, Brill, 2021, pp. 39–61, doi:10.1163/9789004442566_004.
Bernard, Floris. “The Poems ‘To Oneself’ of John Mauropous : Traditions and Self-Representative Strategies.”
Byzantine Authors and Their Time : Expression, Ideology, and Society
, edited by Vassiliki Vlyssidou, vol. 8, National Hellenic Research Foundation - Institute of Historical Research, 2021, pp. 199–222.
Bernard, Floris, and Kristoffel Demoen. “The Distinction of Verse.”
The Oxford Handbook of Byzantine Literature
, edited by Stratis Papaioannou, Oxford University Press, 2021.
Bernard, Floris. “Constantine the Rhodian’s Ekphrasis in Its Contemporary Milieu.”
The Holy Apostles : A Lost Monument, a Forgotten Project, and the Presentness of the Past
, edited by Margaret Mullett and Robert Ousterhout, Harvard University Press, 2020, pp. 145–56.
Bernard, Floris. “Michael Psellos.”
A Companion to Byzantine Epistolography
, edited by Alexander Riehle, vol. 7, Brill, 2020, pp. 125–45, doi:10.1163/9789004424616_006.
Medieval Greek Language and Literature
Ancient Greek: Language Acquisition I
Ancient Greek: Language Acquisition II