Introducing the new 2016-2017 fellows!

The CHS is pleased to announce the new fellows for the 2016-17 academic year.

CHS Fellows in Hellenic Studies

Fall Term Fellows

Joachim Aufderheide (Germany) King’s College London
Nicomachean Ethics X: Translation and Commentary
Chun Bai (China) Zhejiang University
A Comparative Study: The Cyclic View of Human Condition in Thucydides’ Archaeology (1.2-19) and Si Ma Qian’s Preface to Historical Records
Stylianos Chronopoulos (Greece) University of Freiburg
Towards a Digital Edition of Pollux’ Onomasticon
Athena Kirk (USA) Cornell University
The Tally of Text: Catalogues and Inventories across Greek Literature and Epigraphy
Sebastian Scharff (Germany) Universität Mannheim
The Self-Representation of Hellenistic Athletes: Political, Social and Ethnic Identities
Joel Schlosser (USA) Bryn Mawr College
Why Social Scientists Should Read Herodotus
Zoe Stamatopoulou (Greece) Washington University in St. Louis
A Commentary on Plutarch’s “Symposium of the Seven Sages”

Spring Term Fellows

Nathan Badoud (Switzerland) Université de Fribourg
Rhodian amphora stamps. Historiography – Chronology – Function – Circulation
Jan-Mathieu Carbon (Canada) University of Copenhagen
How Did the Greeks Butcher and Distribute Sacrificial Meat?
Greta Hawes (New Zealand) Australian National University
Myth and Landscape in Pausanias’ Periegesis
Virginia Lewis (USA) Florida State University
Myth, Locality, and Identity in Pindar’s Sicilian Odes
Naoise Mac Sweeney (UK/Ireland) University of Leicester
When the Going Gets Rough: Cilicia Tracheia in the Archaic and Classical Periods
Michiel Meeusen (Belgium) University of Leuven
Between Seriousness & Play: Aristotelian Natural Problems & Imperial Culture
Nikolas Papadimitriou (Greece) Museum of Cycladic Art, Greece
The Cultural and Political Geography of Attica in the 2nd Millennium BC

CHS Fellow in Hellenic Studies in Greece

Yannis Fappas (Greece) Archaeological Museum of Thebes, Greece
Archaeology through Archives: The Archaeological Research in Boeotia through Original Historical Archives

CHS/DAI Joint Fellows

Jason Harris (USA) Tulane University
Counselors, Confidants, and Courts: Relations Between Scholarly Mobility and Greek Politics in the 4th Century BC
Maria Nasioula (Greece) Hellenic Ministry of Culture
A Dash of Literature into a Cup of Wine. The Inscriptions on Grammatika Vases

CHS Fellows in Ancient History

Marie Augier (France) Laboratoire ANHIMA, Université de Strasbourg
Women, Gender and Dedicatory Practices in the Ancient Greek World
Claire Jacqmin (France) Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne
The Polis and its Female Voice

CHS Fellow in Digital Epigraphy

Rebecca Benefiel (USA) Washington and Lee University
Greek and Bilingual Ancient Graffiti in the Vesuvian Region

CHS Fellows in Homeric Studies

Deborah Beck (USA) University of Texas at Austin
Commentary on Homer Iliad 16
Rostislav Oreshko (Ukraine) University of Hamburg
The Phrygian Theme in the Iliad: North-western Anatolia in the Hittite Texts, the Balkan Migration and Historical Memory in the Greek Oral Tradition

CHS Fellow in Linguistics

Stephanie Roussou (Cyprus) University of Cologne
Ancient Greek Enclitics
For more information on the fellowships available through CHS, and on how to apply, visit the CHS website!