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Learn about our fellows’ research projects: Theodore Antoniadis on mobility and immigration in Roman literature

Learn about our fellows’ research projects: Theodore Antoniadis on mobility and immigration in Roman literature

October 1, 2021

Guest post by Theodore Antoniadis, Fellow in Comparative Cultural Studies 2020-21

Research topic during fellowship: Contextualizing Mobility and Immigration in Roman Myth and Latin Epic

New contextualizations of Greek mythological figures in Roman literature have always triggered many stimulating readings both in terms of ideology and metapoetics. Such discussions acquire further interest when when the subject comes around the various foundation myths and stories found in the core of such contextualizations with regard to the political, social, ethnic...

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2021 Mar 04

Research talk by the Fellow Nikos Tsivikis

9:00pm to 10:00pm

Location: 

Online, Zoom

Full title:

Research talk by Nikos Tsivikis, Early Career Fellow in Hellenic Studies in Greece 2020–2021

Language:

English

Organizers:

CHS US, CHS Greece

Synopsis of the presentation:

On March 4, Nikos Tsivikis gave a presentation on "An Early End to Antiquity in Roman Provincial Greece: Pagans and Christians in the Wake of the AD 365...

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Fellowships in Comparative Cultural Studies

Key information

  • Dates: June 1, 2022 - May 31, 2023
  • Location: Greece
  • Organized by: CHS US, CHS Greece
  • Open to: Junior faculty members (Lecturers or Assistant Professors), Scientific and Laboratory Teaching Staff ("ΕΔΙΠ" and "ΕΕΠ") who hold a PhD, of Schools of Humanities and Social Sciences from Greek Universities (up to 2 positions)
  • Application period: January 31 - March 3, 2022
  • Language:...
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Fellowships in Hellenic Studies

Since its establishment, CHS US awards fellowships to researchers whose projects concern ancient Greek civilization and its multi-dimensional influence. Proposed research projects may be approached through many disciplines, including area and ethnic studies, anthropology, archaeology, art history, education, history, literary criticism, the natural and physical sciences, philology, philosophy, political science, religious studies, sociology, etc., as well as related subfields.

For fellows conducting part of their research in Greece, the CHS Greece provides support on...

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