Below is a list of the most recent NEH grantees and their Classically-themed projects. The NEH helps fund a number of SCS initiatives, and their support affects the field of Classics at a national and local level.
- Eleni Hasaki (University of Arizona) and Diane Harris Cline (George Washington University) - "Social Networks of Athenian Potters: Networks, Tradition and Innovation in Communities of Artists"
- Rega Wood (Indiana University, Bloomington) - "Richard Rufus Project"
- Matthew Panciera (Gustavus Adolphus College) - "Digital Ancient Rome"
- Noah Heringman (University of Missouri, Columbia) - "Vetusta Monumenta: Ancient Monuments, a Digital Edition"
- Alexander Jones (New York University) - "The ANcient Sciences in Cross-Cultural Perspective"
- Rachel Kousser (CUNY Research Foundation, Graduate School and University Center) - "The Last Years of Alexander the Great (330-323 BCE)"
- Michael Satlow (Brown University) - "Seeking the Gods: The Spiritual Landscape of Late Antiquity"
- Pramit Chaudhuri (University of Texas, Austin) - "Computational Tools for Diachronic and Cross-cultural Study of Literature: Multilingual Stylometry and Phylogenetic Profiling"
- Jessica Powers (San Antonio Museum of Art) - "Art, Nature, and Myth in Ancient Rome"
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