The Comparative Antiquity Collaboration invites initial ideas and proposals for academic year 2018-19, in a wide range of categories listed below. The Collaboration is a new, three-year, multifaceted research and teaching initiative under the auspices of the Humanities Council.
The Collaboration is extensive in geographical and chronological scope and inclusive in disciplinary participation and methodologies. We will re-imagine connections across established fields of study toward a “global antiquity” paradigm to 1000 CE. Participants come from multiple departments and programs across campus, as well as from the Princeton University Library and the Princeton University Art Museum.
We are open to ideas from humanities researchers that cross fields and/or departments. For a full listing of opportunities and eligibility requirements, please visit the Comparative Antiquity webpage.
Initial inquiries to project director Martin Kern by March 26, 2018.