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Mary with Christ and the Holy Family, from Sodk village, Gegharkunik region, Armenia, 14th century. Today on display in Etchmiadzin Cathedral’s courtyard. Photo by Konrad Siekierski.

Mary with Christ and the Holy Family, from Sodk village, Gegharkunik region, Armenia, 14th century. Today on display in Etchmiadzin Cathedral’s courtyard. Photograph by Konrad Siekierski.

Vigen Guroian is an Orthodox theologian and a professor of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia. He is the director of Paradosis.

Carrie Frederick Frost is a PhD student in the Religious Studies Department at the University of Virginia. She administrates the Paradosis website and its Zotero bibliography, and identifies new acquisitions for Paradosis.

David Murphy is a graduate of Union Presbyterian Seminary of Richmond and he identifies new acquisitions for Paradosis.

George Crafts is a subject librarian  for the University of Virginia who works with the Religious Studies Department. He identifies new acquisitions for Paradosis and supervises the acquisition of approved items.

Lucie Stylianopoulos is the head of the Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library at the University of Virginia. She guides the fine arts selections for Paradosis.

Dan Wright is a PhD student in Theology, Ethics, and Culture in the Religious Studies Department at the University of Virginia and is engaged with the Paradosis project.

Reed Bernick is an M.Div student at Princeton Theological Seminary. He writes for the Featured Texts of Paradosis and is involved with the organization and bookplating of the Paradosis collection.

Brian Siebeking is a PhD student in the Religious Studies Department at the University of Virginia and is engaged with the Paradosis project.

Father Mefodii is an Orthodox priest, a master iconographer, and a member of the Skete of St. Maximos the Confessor in Palmyra, Virginia. Images of icons written by him are featured on the Paradosis website.

Konrad Siekierski is a PhD student in anthropology at the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, National Academy of Sciences of Armenia. Images taken in Armenia by him and his girlfriend, Olena Antonova, of texts and stone carvings are featured on the Paradosis website.