Thomas F. Mathews
John Langeloth Loeb Professor Emeritus in the History of Art
PhD 1970, New York; S.T.L. 1965 (theology), Weston College; M.A. 1962, New York; M.A. 1958 (philosophy), B.A. 1957, Boston College.
Early Christian and Byzantine art and architecture.
Thomas Mathews. The Clash of Gods: A Reinterpretation of Early Christian, (Princeton University Press, 1993 revised ed; 1999).
Thomas Mathews and Roger S. Wieck. Treasures in Heaven, Armenian Illuminated Manuscripts (The Pierpont Morgan Library and Princeton University Press, 1994)
Thomas Mathews and Avedis Krikor Sanjian. Armenian Gospel Iconography: the tradition of the Glajor Gospel. (Dumbarton Oaks 1991).
Thomas Mathews. The Byzantine Churches of Istanbul: A Photographic Survey. (University Park: Pennsylvannia State University Press, 1976).
Thomas Mathews. The Early Churches of Constantinople: Architecture and
Liturgy. (University Park: Pennsylvannia State University Press, 1971).
UCLA Visiting Profssorship at the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2012
Leverhulm Fellowship, 2010
Visiting Professorship Oxford University, 2010
Getty Fund Grant for Collaborative Research: "From Pagan to Byzantine Icons in Late Antique Egypt."
Committee of Senior Fellows, Dumbarton Oaks, 2001-03.
2001 Guest Curator, J. Paul Getty Museum, The Gladzor Gospels.
1999-2000 Samuel H. Kress research grant, Late Antique Panel Painting.
Visiting Committee to Medieval Art and the Cloisters, Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1996-present.
J. Clawson Mills Fellowship, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1996-97.
Guest Curator for "Treasures in Heaven" exhibit of Armenian Illuminated Manuscripts, Pierpont Morgan Library, 1994, under grant from N.E.H.
John Langeloth Loeb Professorship in the History of Art, 1993-present.
Hagop Kevorkian Fund Research Grant, 1991.
Member, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, spring 1990.
Faculty: Special Appointments