Meet the CHS Fall 2017 fellows!

The CHS welcomes the Fall 2017 fellows to our campus in Washington! Below is a list of our current fellows and their research topics, while you can learn more about the fellows on the CHS website.
Mary Bachvarova (USA) Willamette University (Fall Term – 4 weeks)
Calling the Gods: How Cult Practices Moved Across Space and Time in the Ancient Eastern Mediterranean
Klaas Bentein (Belgium) Ghent University (Fall Term)
Language in Society: A Historical-Sociolinguistic Study of Everyday Writing in Roman and Byzantine Egypt (I – VIII AD)
Cecilie Brøns (Denmark) Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (Fall Term)
Sensing the Ancient World: The Multiple Dimensions of Ancient Graeco-Roman Art
Chiara Ferella (Italy) Excellence Cluster Topoi (Fall Term)
Dogmata, Rules, Prohibitions: A New Critical Edition and an Overall Investigation of the Pythagorean Symbola
Thomas Koentges (Germany) University of Leipzig (Fall Term – 12 weeks)
A Computational Exploration of the Corpus Platonicum and Its Influence on the Corpus of Ancient Greek Literature
Laura Massetti (Italy) University of Cologne (Fall Term)
Kestos Himas. Phraseology and Thematic Indo-European Inherited Structures in Greek Myth
Catherine Pratt (USA) University of Western Ontario (Fall Term)
Gift of Athena: Olive Oil and the Making of Athens
Irini Viltanioti (Greece) University of Leuven (Fall Term)
Myth and Philosophy in Late Antique Neoplatonism: Porphyry of Tyre (c. 234-305)
Alex Walthall (USA) University of Texas at Austin (Fall Term)
A Measured Harvest: Grain, Tithes, and Territories in Hellenistic and Roman Sicily (276-31 BCE)
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. Applications for the CHS fellowship program 2018-19 are open until October 29, so learn more on the dedicated webpage and apply now!