The Center for Hellenic Studies



We are pleased to announce the fellows for the 2014-15 academic year.

2014-15 CHS and DAI Joint Fellows in Hellenic Studies

Eric Kansa (USA) University of California, Berkeley
Data Sharing as Publication in Classical Archaeology

Stéphanie Paul (Belgium) University of Liège
Greek Pantheons in Motion: Re-evaluating the Concept of the "Patron Deity"

2014-15 CHS Fellows in Hellenic Studies

Fall Term

Stefan Feuser (Germany) University of Rostock
The Urbanism of Port Cities in the Eastern Mediterranean from Hellenistic to Roman Imperial Times

Georgia Flouda (Greece) Heraklion Archaeological Museum
The Materialization of Burial Ideology in the Minoan Communities of Apesokari and Porti in the Mesara/Crete

Ryan Fowler (USA) Franklin and Marshall College
Atechnoi: Rumor and Silence in the Cappadocian Fathers (collaborative project)

Elizabeth Potter (UK) Oxford University
Rhetoric, Performance and Emotion in the Greco-Roman World

Alberto Quiroga-Puertas (Spain) University of Granada
Atechnoi: Rumor and Silence in the Cappadocian Fathers (collaborative project)

Carlo Vessella (Italy) Sapienza - University of Rome
Sophisticated Speakers: Greek Pronunciation and Greek Identity in the Roman Empire


Spring Term

Seemee Ali (USA) Carthage College
The Reconciliation of Hera and Thetis in the Iliad

Kate Birney (USA) Wesleyan University
Alexander's Ashkelon? Ashkelon/Ascalon During the Hellenistic Period

Gianluca Casa (Italy) Liceo Classico Foresi, Elba Island
A Matter of Choice: Facing Risk in the Ptolemaic Economy

Christy Constantakopoulou (Greece) Birkbeck College
The Social Dynamics of Dedication: The Delian Inventories of the Third and Second Centuries

Madalina Dana (France) University Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne
Greek Letters on Lead and Ostraka: Edition and Commentary

Sebastiana Nervegna (Italy/Canada) University of Sydney
Re-performing Classics: The Tragic Repertoire of Ancient Actors

Zacharoula Petraki (Greece) Open University of Cyprus, University of Crete
The Representational Arts as Metaphors for Philosophical Speech in Plato's Middle and Late Dialogues

Maria G. Xanthou (Greece) Open University of Cyprus, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Fear, Awe, Anger and Good Will: The Social and Cultural Construction of Fear (φόβος), Awe (δέος) and Anger (ὀργή) as Emotions in the Fifth and Fourth Century B.C.E. Political Scene