List of Previous Outreach Prize winners

2003
Herbert Golder, Boston University, Editor-in-Chief of Arion
Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow, Brandeis University, The Examined Life: Greek Studies in the Schools

2004
Roger T. Macfarlane, Brigham Young University, Television Documentary, "Out of the Ashes: Recovering the Lost Library of Herculaneum"

2005
Marianne McDonald, University of California at San Diego, A body of work that brings the beauty and power of classical drama to general, non-professional audiences

2006
Michele Valerie Ronnick, Wayne State University, A body of work describing the experiences of Black Classicists in the post Civil War period

2007
Steering Committee for the University of California Multi-Campus Research Group in the History and Culture of Late Antiquity, Teaching materials on late antiquity for middle school social studies classes

2008
No award

2009
Mary-Kay Gamel, University of California at Santa Cruz, for translating, reconceptualizing, and staging Greek and Roman plays for diverse modern audiences for more than twenty years

2010
Peter Meineck, Aquila Theatre Company/New York University, for the Theatre's program, Page and Stage:  The Power of the Iliad TodayRead the citation here

2011
No award

2012
James T. Svendsen, University of Utah, for his work with the Classical Greek Theatre Festival of Utah.  Read the citation here.

2013
Rob Ketterer, University of Iowa, for an interdisciplinary conference entitled “Re-Creation: Musical Reception of Classical Antiquity”

2014
Robert Strassler, Great Barrington, MA, for conceiving, initiating, and editing the Landmark Ancient Histories.

2015
Amy R. Cohen, Randolph College, for reviving a tradition of historically informed, outdoor performances of classical Greek drama at the College

2016
Brett Rogers and Benjamin Stevens, for their work on Classical Traditions and Science Fiction

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