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.
Tuesday, Mar 6, 2018
The Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity sponsors the annual Peter R. Brown Prize for the best graduate student essay on any subject relating to the study of Late Antiquity. The prize consists of a cash award of $1,000. Only graduate students enrolled at Princeton University are eligible.
Thursday, Feb 1, 2018
The Committee for the Study of Late Antiquity invites Princeton faculty members whose research focuses on the Late Antique period to apply for a fellowship.
Monday, Oct 2, 2017
Last month, history Ph.D. candidate Lee Mordechai successfully defended his dissertation, “Costly Diversity: Transformations, Networks, and Minorities in Byzantium, 976-1118.” Mordechai’s dissertation unearths the social revolution in elite Byzantine society over the eleventh century.
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Daily Princetonian article from April 20, 2017
Tuesday, Feb 28, 2017
Friday, Sep 30, 2016
“Authenticity and Authority: The Case for Dismantling a Dubious Correlation”