Sarah Ekdawi’s research interests range from classical to contemporary Greek poetry. She has a strong interest in formal aspects of versification, especially metrics, and text linguistics in general. She is the Reviews Editor of ‘Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies’ (the leading UK journal in this field). She is research active and a regular participant in international conferences and is also a qualified technical translator and practising literary translator.
Marc Lauxtermann is the Stavros Niarchos Foundation – Bywater and Sotheby Professor of Byzantine and Modern Greek Language and Literature and Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford University. He hails from Amsterdam. He has written extensively on Byzantine poetry and metre, and is the co-editor of a recent book on the letters of Psellos. Further research interests include translations of oriental tales in Byzantium and the earliest grammars and dictionaries of vernacular Greek.