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Katherine Douramani

Professor

Katherine Douramani - The Pontifical Oriental Institute

Biography

Katherine Douramani was born in Greece. After completing high school diploma in Greece, she came to Italy where she graduated in Literature and Philosophy at the University “La Sapienza” of Rome. She continued her studies at the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome, where she obtained a licentiate and doctorate in Oriental Ecclesiastical Sciences, and attended the The Vatican School of Paleography, Diplomatics and Archives Administration, where she graduated in Greek Palaeography. She currently teaches Biblical Greek and Byzantine History at the Pontifical Oriental Institute.

Country of Birth

Greece

Degrees Held

Graduation in Literature and Philosophy, University “La Sapienza” of Rome.

Licentiate in Oriental Ecclesiastical Sciences, Pontifical Oriental Institute.

Doctorate in Oriental Ecclesiastical Sciences, Pontifical Oriental Institute.

Graduation in Greek Palaeography,  The Vatican School of Paleography, Diplomatics and Archives Administration.

Publications

KATHERINE DOURAMANI, Il Typikon del monastero di S. Bartolomeo di Trigona, Orientalia Christiana Analecta 269, Pontificio Istituto Orientale. Roma 2003

 

KATHERINE DOURAMANI, “La Chiesa Cattolica in Grecia nell’ultimo secolo”. Atti del Convegno organizzato dalla Congregazione per le Chiese Orientali a Roma sulle Problematiche delle Chiese greco cattoliche in Europa nell’ultimo secolo, Roma 2003.

 

RUGGIERI V., DOURAMANI K., CARUSO R., (a cura di), Verso Gerusalemme: guide medievali di viaggio, Roma 2015.

 

RUGGIERI V., DOURAMANI K., “L’Ekphrasis di Giovanni Fokas dalla Siria alla Palestina”, Studi sull’Oriente cristiano 20 (2016).

 

KATHERINE DOURAMANI, “Visioni popolari di Costantino tra la Grecia e la Sardegna”, Costantino e l’Oriente. L’impero, i suoi confini e le sue estensioni : atti del convegno di studi promosso dal PIO in occasione della ricorrenza costantiniana (313-2013), Roma 18 aprile 2013 (a cura di Massimo Pampaloni, Bishara Ebeid), Orientalia Christiana Analecta 300, Roma 20016.

Current Projects

The aspects of ancient Greek religion in modern Greek folklore.

Favourite Quote

 

You have your brush, you have your colors, you paint the paradise, then in you go.

 

– Nikos Kazantzakis