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The Society for Classical Studies congratulates the following individuals who and organizations which received NEH grants in April 2023. The projects funded include digital humanities, classical reception, and early modern studies, highlighting the rich variety of work currently undertaken by those in classical studies and adjacent fields. Congratulations!

Research Grants:

Sophie Mills (University of North Carolina, Asheville): The Discipline of Classics in Modern Fiction

Jacqueline Arthur-Montagne (University of Virginia): The Classical Past in the Ancient Classroom, 280-400 CE

Rebecca Moorman (Providence College): The Allure of Disgust in Ancient Rome: Knowledge, Poetics, and the Senses

Aaron Palmore (Loyola University Maryland): The Latin Poems of Christian Wedsted, Moravian Missionary to Colonial America

Digital Humanities:

Trustees of Tufts College, Inc. (Project Director, Gregory Crane): Perseus on the Web: Preparing for the Next Thirty Years

Fellowship Programs:

American School of Classical Studies at Athens (Project Director, Bonna Wescoat): Research Fellowships at the ASCSA

Matching Grants:

American Academy in Rome (Project Director, Mark Robbins): Building a New Library Annex: The Villa Chiaraviglio

The full list of April 2023 grantees is available here.

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