Fellowships News Archives

CHS Research Symposium 2011

On April 29-30, the CHS will host a Research Symposium, featuring talks by undergraduates in the Sunoikisis consortium and by the 2010-11 CHS Fellows in Hellenic Studies. A live webcast will be available and viewers can submit questions and comments via chat. For more information, follow the links below:

Fellows from 2009-2010



Dominic Bailey (UK) University of Colorado, Boulder
Carving along the Joints: Ancient Theories of Concepts

Emily Baragwanath (New Zealand) University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Imagining Xenophon’s Women

Sarah Ferrario (USA) The Catholic University of America
Athens ‘the Great’? The Ascendancy of the Individual in Classical Greece

Miguel Herrero de Jauregui (Spain) Universidad Complutense (Spring Semester)
The Epic Framing of Greek Religious Experience

Andromache Karanika
(USA) University of California, Irvine
Transformations of Genre: Performance at Work, Performances about Work

Melissa Mueller (USA) University of Massachusetts
Objects as Actors: The Dramatic Life of Things in Attic Tragedy

Andrej Petrovic (Serbia) Durham University
Greek Metrical Sacred Regulations

Ivana Petrovic (Serbia) Durham University
Greek Metrical Sacred Regulations

Joshua Reynolds (USA) University of Texas, Austin
The Nod of Zeus: Signs, Limits and Power in Archaic and Classical Greek Literature

Gunnar Seelentag (Germany) University of Cologne
A Cultural History of Crete in the Archaic Period

Tarik Wareh (USA) Union College
The Lost Years: Literary Competition, Philosophy, and Politics in the Generation after Plato and Isocrates

Xiaoqun Wu (China) Fudan University (Fall Semester)
Ancient Greek Rituals and Family Life during the Classical Period


Lora Holland, University of North Carolina, Asheville
Konstantine Kalogeropoulos, Independent Scholar
Fred Naiden, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Laura Swift, Trinity College, University of Oxford
Nikola Theodossiev, American R

esearch Center in Sofia, Bulgaria

Fellows Take Trip to Monticello and University of Virginia

Please enjoy this slideshow from our annual trip to Charlottesville, VA. Fellows Emily Baragwanath, Ivana Petrovic, and Gunnar Seelentag took the pictures.

Works-in-Progress Symposia

This year the residential fellows present informal works-in-progress symposia. Every other week, a fellow talks about his/her current projects with a question and answer period following. For more information about the current residential fellows and their projects, please see Current Fellows page.