Opportunities for Researchers

CHS Fellowships in Hellenic Studies

The CHS fellowship program encourages and supports research of the highest quality on topics related to ancient Greece. The program offers an option for collaborative proposals and a non-residential option for researchers in Greece and Cyprus. Fellowships include a stipend (maximum $18,000), housing at the CHS in Washington, DC for 4 to 16 weeks, subsidized health insurance, and support for relocation expenses. Applications are due annually in October; the application period for 2018 has ended.

2018-19 Fellows in Hellenic Studies

The CHS is pleased to announce the 2018-19 Fellows in Hellenic Studies. The fellowship program encourages research of the highest quality on topics related to ancient Greece. The program offers residential and non-residential options, and seeks to support collaborative and coordinating projects.

Davide Amendola (Italy) Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa
The Eagle and the Owl: Athenian Legacies in Early Ptolemaic Alexandria

Lucia Athanassaki (Greece) University of Crete
Art and Politics in Euripides' Plays

Nicolas Bertrand (France) University of Nice Sophia Antipolis
A Manual of Ancient Greek Word Order

Manon Brouillet (France) Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales
Epics and Ritual: Reconsidering Homeric Performance in Ancient Greece

Diane Cline (USA) George Washington University
The Connected World of Potters in Ancient Athens: Collaborations, Connoisseurship and Social Network Analysis with Eleni Hasaki

Alain Duplouy (Belgium) Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
Epimenides the Cretan: A History of Athens (6th-5th c. BC)

Benjamin Earley (UK) Freie Universität Berlin
The Thucydidean Turn: (Re)interpreting Thucydides’ Political Thought Before, During, and After the Great War

Eleni Hasaki (USA/Greece) University of Arizona
The Connected World of Potters in Ancient Athens: Collaborations, Connoisseurship and Social Network Analysis with Diane Cline

Marina Kotzamani (Greece) University of the Peloponnese
Lysistrata on Stage and on the Street. Aristophanes, Popular Theater and Politics from the French Revolution to the Age of the Web

Katerina Ladianou (Greece) University of Athens
Representations of Cult in Euripides

Christoph Lundgreen (Germany) Technische Universität Dresden
Dimensions of Staatlichkeit in the Early Greek World

Timothy Moore (USA) Washington University in St. Louis
Unheard Melodies: Music and Meaning in Ancient Greek and Roman Theater

Attila Németh (Hungary) Eötvös Loránd University
The Literary Self in Roman Philosophy

Jessica Paga (USA) The College of William & Mary
The Construction of Athenian Democracy and The Causal Efficacy of Political Architecture

Kostas Paschalidis (Greece) National Archaeological Museum, Athens
From Grave Circle A to the Hellenistic Theater: The Birth of Agamemnon's Legend on the West Slope of Mycenae

Bryan Reece (USA) University of Toronto
Aristotle on Happiness, Virtue, and Wisdom

Heather Reid (USA) Morningside College
The Ethics of Epinician: Athletic Celebration as Moral Education in Pre-Classical Greece

Marijana Ricl (Serbia) University of Belgrade
A New Corpus of Greek and Latin Inscriptions from the Kaystros River Valley in Southern Lydia

Joshua Smith (USA) Johns Hopkins University
Homer in the Margins: Literary Citation and the Ancient Commentary

Georgia Tsouni (Greece) Universität Bern
Reasonable Citizens and the Defense of Moderate Democracy in Aristotle's Politics

Roger Woodard (USA) University of Buffalo
Aeolian Origins

Jed Wyrick (USA) California State University, Chico
Artapanus and the Early Ptolemaic Court