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RZ-249792-16

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1382)
Nicola Terrenato (Project Director: 12/08/2015 to present)

At the Roots of Roman Urbanism: The Gabii Project

Archaeological excavation and analysis at the ancient city site of Gabii, near Rome. See website at https://sites.lsa.umich.edu/gabiiproject/.

Project fields:
Archaeology

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$246,780 (approved)
$219,646 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2017 – 12/31/2019


RZ-249831-16

Yale University (New Haven, CT 06510-1703)
William Honeychurch (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)
Chunag Amartuvshin (Co Project Director: 01/27/2016 to present)
Joshua Wright (Co Project Director: 01/27/2016 to present)

Innovative Disruptions: The Archaeology of Nomadic Statehood in Eastern Mongolia

The Dornod Mongol Survey (DMS) will excavate, analyse, and publish findings on archaeological sites in the Sukhbaatar region of eastern Mongolia, looking to answer questions about Mongolia's political traditions, the rise of the Great Wall, and the rivalry between the civilizations of China and Inner Asia.

Project fields:
Archaeology

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$221,059 (approved)
$219,918 (awarded)

Grant period:
6/1/2017 – 5/31/2020


RZ-249965-16

Davidson College (Davidson, NC 28036-9405)
Darian Totten (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)
Giovanni De Venuto (Co Project Director: 02/08/2016 to present)
Goffredo Roberto (Co Project Director: 08/10/2016 to present)

Life on the Lagoon: Reconstructing the Biography of Human-Landscape Dynamics on the Salpi Lagoon, Italy

Archaeological excavation and analysis of the transformation from the Roman to the medieval period at the environmentally precarious lagoon site of Salpi on the Adriatic in the Apulia region of southern Italy. See website at http://salapiaexplorationproject.com/

Project fields:
Archaeology; Classics; Medieval Studies

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$200,000 (approved)
$200,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
6/1/2017 – 5/31/2020


RZ-249786-16

Duke University (Durham, NC 27705-4677)
Allen Buchanan (Project Director: 12/08/2015 to present)
Russell Powell (Co Project Director: 01/19/2016 to present)

The Evolution of Moral Progress

Preparation for publication of a co-written book about the possibility of a theory of moral progress in light of current evolutionary explanations of morality.

Project fields:
Ethics

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$110,000 (approved)
$109,997 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2016 – 9/30/2017


RZ-249909-16

Georgia State University Research Foundation, Inc. (Atlanta, GA 30302-3999)
Andrew Cohen (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)
Jennifer Samp (Co Project Director: 02/02/2016 to present)

Reparative Justice and Moral Injury among Post-Deployment Soldiers

A multidisciplinary study of the impact of moral injury on members of the armed forces through structured focus groups guided by philosophical questions.

Project fields:
Communications; Ethics; Religion, Other

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$180,000 (approved)
$180,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2016 – 6/30/2019


RZ-249953-16

Bucknell University (Lewisburg, PA 17837-2005)
Catherine Fourshey (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)
Rhonda Gonzalez (Co Project Director: 02/04/2016 to present)
Christine Saidi (Co Project Director: 02/04/2016 to present)

Expressions and Transformations of Gender, Family, and Status in Eastern and Central Africa 500-1800 CE

Collection, analysis, digital mapping, and interpretation of historical linguistic data relating to 55 societies across Bantu-speaking Africa, and co-authoring a book about social life and gender roles in precolonial Africa.

Project fields:
African History; Gender Studies

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$200,000 (approved)
$200,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2016 – 9/30/2019


RZ-249860-16

Rice University (Houston, TX 77005-1827)
Nanxiu Qian (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)
Richard Smith (Co Project Director: 01/29/2016 to present)

Reconsidering the Sino Cultural Sphere: A Critical Examination of the Use of Literary Chinese by East Asian Cultures

An international scholarly conference with participants from Asia, North America, and Europe, reconsidering the role of classical Chinese written language in the development of China, Japan, Korea and Vietnam.

Project fields:
East Asian Studies

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$65,000 (approved)
$65,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2017 – 12/31/2018


RZ-249951-16

University of California, Santa Barbara (Santa Barbara, CA 93106-0001)
Lisa Hajjar (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)
Mark LeVine (Co Project Director: 02/04/2016 to present)
Omar Al Dewachi (Co Project Director: 02/04/2016 to present)

Human Rights in the Arab World: Research, Advocacy and Public Policy

Preparation of a scholarly monograph, an annotated bibliography, articles, and policy papers, as well as the creation of a website, on human rights in the Arab World.

Project fields:
International Relations; Law and Jurisprudence; Sociology

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$200,000 (approved)
$200,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2016 – 9/30/2018


RZ-249985-16

University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA 22903-4833)
Donald DeBats (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)

Newly Discovered Voices from America's Most Turbulent Time: Black and White Oral Voting in the First Enfranchisement

Completion of an online database and digital resource, as well as research and writing of journal articles and book chapters, related to voting records and social networks in two Kentucky counties during the late 19th-century.

Project fields:
U.S. History

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$280,000 (approved)
$280,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2016 – 9/30/2019


RZ-249825-16

Northeastern University (Boston, MA 02115-5000)
Julia Flanders (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)

Intertextual Networks: Reading and Citation in Women's Writing 1450-1850

Research and online publications by the Women Writers Project (WWP) on the influence of reading practices on literary composition of early modern women writers.

Project fields:
American Literature; British Literature

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$290,000 (approved)
$290,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2016 – 9/30/2019


RZ-249888-16

University of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA 22903-4833)
Stephen Railton (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)
Worthy Martin (Co Project Director: 02/02/2016 to present)

Implementing Digital Yoknapatawpha

Continued development of the website http://faulkner.iath.virginia.edu/ that will map Yoknapatawpha County, the fictional setting of novels by William Faulkner, with links to places, characters, and events in the novels, as a resource for scholars, teachers, and students.

Project fields:
American Literature

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$286,000 (approved)
$286,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2016 – 9/30/2019


RZ-249870-16

University of Oregon (Eugene, OR 97403-5219)
Daniel Tichenor (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)

States of Immigration: The History, Culture, and Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion

Preparation for a book, state-specific reports, several articles, and conference and workshop papers on four states of immigration with very different and revealing traditions and policies: Arizona and New Mexico in the Southwest, and the Beltway States of Maryland and Virgina.

Project fields:
American Government

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$200,000 (approved)
$200,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2016 – 9/30/2018


RZ-249777-16

Stanford University (Stanford, CA 94305-2004)
Justin Leidwanger (Project Director: 12/08/2015 to present)

The Marzamemi Church Wreck

Excavation and analysis at the underwater shipwreck site of Marzamemi in Sicily. See website at https://marzamemi.stanford.edu/.

Project fields:
Classics

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$290,000 (approved)
$290,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
4/1/2017 – 3/31/2020


RZ-249862-16

New York University (New York, NY 10012-1019)
Alexander Nagel (Project Director: 12/09/2015 to present)
Elizabeth Horodowich (Co Project Director: 01/29/2016 to present)

Amerasia: A Renaissance Discovery

Research and writing for a book on how Europeans, during the Age of Encounters in the 16th and 17th centuries, saw Asia in the “New World," where Mexico could be India and North America could be part of China.

Project fields:
European History; History, Criticism, and Theory of the Arts; Latin American History

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$290,000 (approved)
$290,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2016 – 9/30/2019


RZ-230484-15

Duke University (Durham, NC 27705-4677)
Andrew Janiak (Project Director: 12/09/2014 to present)
Marcy Lascano (Co Project Director: 01/07/2015 to present)

New Narratives in Philosophy: Rediscovering Neglected Works by Early Modern Women

Planning and hosting a four-day conference at Duke University in April 2016 on the works of three early modern women philosophers—Anne Conway, Margaret Cavendish, and Émilie du Châtelet—and the preparation of scholarly articles, a volume of essays, and materials for a website. (12 months)

This NEH collaborative research grant would fund a major international conference on the philosophical work of three neglected women from the early modern period: Anne Conway, Margaret Cavendish and Emilie du Châtelet. The conference has two specific goals: first, it will bring together thirty-five leading scholars working on the philosophy of these women; and second, it will involve an extensive pedagogical workshop to facilitate the development of new narratives in university courses incorporating the contributions of these neglected figures. To have the greatest possible impact on both teaching and research in the history of modern philosophy, we will employ a newly created website maintained at Duke University to disseminate the information generated at the conference.

Project fields:
History of Philosophy

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$64,971 (approved)
$49,539 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2015 – 5/31/2016


RZ-230579-15

Emory University (Atlanta, GA 30322-1018)
Bonna Wescoat (Project Director: 12/09/2014 to present)

From the Vantage of the Victory: The Performative Heart of the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on Samothrace

Archaeological fieldwork and analysis at the Sanctuary of the Great Gods on the island of Samothrace (Greece); 3D modeling of the site; a scholarly symposium; and preparation of a co-authored book. (36 months)

The Victory, Nike, of Samothrace in the Louvre has long captured the imagination of the world, but it becomes all the more powerful when reunited with its spatial, material, historical, religious and aesthetic environment in the ancient Greek Sanctuary of the Great Gods on Samothrace. From the Nike's vantage over the performative heart of the Sanctuary, Theater, Stoa, and Altar Court, we reframe the archaeological investigation of this Hellenistic international religious center, grounding our exploration in the rich material record of the region, the dynamic environmental factors underlying it, and the human actions through which it was determined and experienced. Drawing on approaches to space, memory, and identity to investigate cultural interaction and community creation in this evocative place, whose rites were open to all and whose promises were famously valued, our work aims to provide a basis for engaging spatial and experimental issues at stake in understanding sacred places.

Project fields:
Archaeology; Art History and Criticism; Classical History

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$290,500 (approved)
$290,500 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2016 – 12/31/2018


RZ-230425-15

Stanford University (Stanford, CA 94305-2004)
Gordon Chang (Project Director: 12/08/2014 to present)
Shelley Fishkin (Co Project Director: 01/22/2015 to present)

Chinese Railroad Workers in North America: A Conference

An international scholarly conference on Chinese Railroad Workers in North America, to take place in April 2016 at Stanford University. (12 months)

This grant is requested to hold the "Culminating Conference of the Chinese Railroad Workers in North America Project at Stanford University." Between 1865 and 1869, 10,000-15,000 Chinese migrants toiled at a grueling pace and in perilous working conditions to help construct America's first transcontinental railroad. The labor of these Chinese workers was pivotal to the development of the United States and to the founding of Stanford University. The Project seeks to recover and interpret the work of the Chinese railroad workers to remedy major historical neglect and lacunae in Chinese as well as U.S. history. The conference will be trans-national and multidisciplinary. Thirty scholars from North America and Asia will present original scholarship, based on four years of research. In addition, conference participants will take a three-day field trip to the Sierra high country to visit sites where Chinese railroad workers labored to build the railroad.

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Project fields:
American Studies; Asian American Studies; U.S. History

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$65,000 (approved)
$61,688 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2016 – 12/31/2016


RZ-230434-15

Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX 76129-0001)
Max Krochmal (Project Director: 12/08/2014 to present)
W. Marvin Dulaney (Co Project Director: 01/22/2015 to present)
J. Todd Moye (Co Project Director: 01/22/2015 to present)
Maggie Rivas Rodriguez (Co Project Director: 04/06/2016 to present)

Civil Rights in Black and Brown: Oral Histories of the Multiracial Freedom Struggle in Texas

The collection of 400 oral histories, the creation of a digital repository and website of videotaped interviews, and the writing and editing of a multi-authored book on civil rights movements in Texas. (36 months)

While most research on American race relations has utilized a binary analytical lens, examining either black vs. white or Anglo vs. Mexican, this project collects and interprets four hundred new oral history interviews with members of all three groups, simultaneously. Covering the period since the onset of the civil rights era, the interviews with African American, Mexican American, and white activists located in twelve sites throughout the large, diverse state of Texas will add new depth to the study of black/brown relations across the United States, past and present. The interviews will form the basis of a new, multi-authored book (with the look and feel of a scholarly monograph) that synthesizes and compares the black and brown freedom struggles in Texas from 1954 to the mid-1970s. Along the way, the project will also develop a free digital humanities website displaying video interview clips, each with its own metadata to allow for easy searching across the entire collection.

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Project fields:
African American History; Latino History; U.S. History

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$200,000 (approved)
$200,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2015 – 9/30/2018


RZ-230604-15

University of California, Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA 90095-9000)
John Papadopoulos (Project Director: 12/09/2014 to present)
Sarah Morris (Co Project Director: 01/21/2015 to present)
Manthos Bessios (Co Project Director: 01/22/2015 to present)

Ancient Methone: Early Greek Maritime Trade, Industry, and the Origins of the Greek Alphabet

Archaeological excavation and analysis at the harbor site of ancient Methone, northern Greece. (36 months)

The proposed project promises to illuminate these processes of cultural contact, the rise of urbanism, and the spread of literacy in the ancient world.

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Project fields:
Interdisciplinary Studies, Other

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$286,337 (approved)
$286,337 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2015 – 9/30/2018


RZ-230366-15

University of Montana (Missoula, MT 59801-4494)
Anna Prentiss (Project Director: 12/05/2014 to present)

Household Archaeology at Bridge River, British Columbia: The Early Floors of Housepit 54

Excavation, analysis, and interpretation of a single dwelling with fifteen superimposed floors occupied from 300 A.D. over a period of 1,400 years in British Columbia and the preparation for publication of two books. (24 months)

The Bridge River Archaeological Project, a partnership of The University of Montana and the Bridge River Indian Band, will complete excavations of Housepit 54 at the Bridge River site in southern British Columbia. Housepit 54 is a deeply stratified housepit within a village of 80 such houses. This particular house offers the extraordinary opportunity to examine household history on an inter-generational basis spanning a period in which the greater village more than doubled in size, developed socio-economic inequality, suffered economic turmoil, and was eventually abandoned.

Project fields:
Archaeology

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$142,271 (approved)
$142,271 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2016 – 4/30/2018


RZ-230461-15

University of Massachusetts, Boston (Boston, MA 02125-3300)
David Landon (Project Director: 12/09/2014 to present)

Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts: Archaeology and Geophysics

Excavation, analysis, and interpretation of new sites and existing artifacts in collections in connection with the original 17th-century settlement of Plymouth, Massachusetts. (36 months)

This project is for collaborative research focused on the Plymouth Colony in Massachusetts. It comprises three years of geophysical survey, pollen coring, archaeological excavation, and laboratory analysis focused on the original 17th-century settlement in downtown Plymouth and surrounding sites. This work will increase our understanding of the creation of the English colonial landscape, the environmental context and ecological consequences of colonization, and the interactions between Colonists and Native people. The Plymouth Colony will be the subject of intense public attention in the lead up to the 400th anniversary of the Colony in 2020. This NEH project will be the linchpin for building an academic understanding of the Plymouth settlement and portraying its importance to the broader public.

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Project fields:
Archaeology

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$200,000 (approved)
$195,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2016 – 12/31/2018


RZ-51674-14

Wayne State University (Detroit, MI 48201-1347)
Krysta Ryzewski (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)

Caribbean Colonial Interactions and Dynamic Island Communities: A Diachronic Archaeology of Montserrat, 1000-1730 AD

An archaeological survey and excavation on Montserrat, and preparation for publication of peer-reviewed articles and an illustrated book on the island's archaeological history. (36 months)

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Project fields:
Archaeology

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$205,840 (approved)
$205,840 (awarded)

Grant period:
5/1/2015 – 4/30/2018


RZ-51769-14

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (Urbana, IL 61820-5711)
Timothy Pauketat (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to 08/01/2015)
Susan Alt (Co Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)
Thomas Emerson (Project Director: 08/01/2015 to 08/01/2016)
Timothy Pauketat (Project Director: 08/01/2016 to present)

Cahokia’s Richland Farmers: Agricultural Expansion, Immigration, Ritual and the Foundations of Mississippian Civilization

Laboratory testing and interpretive analysis of artifacts collected at the Cahokian Richland Complex in Collinsville, Illinois, and for the preparation for publication of monographs, an article, an edited volume, and an online website exhibit. (36 months)

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Project fields:
Archaeology

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$303,545 (approved)
$303,545 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2014 – 9/30/2017


RZ-51714-14

New York University (New York, NY 10012-1019)
Faye Ginsburg (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)
Rayna Rapp (Co Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)

Cognitive Disability in 21st-Century America

Completion of a manuscript and related web site evaluating the impact of the increasing integration into American culture of people with cognitive disabilities on notions of personhood. (24 months)

Project fields:
Biological Anthropology; Cultural Anthropology

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$100,000 (approved)
$100,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2014 – 8/31/2015


RZ-51757-14

Columbia University (New York, NY 10027-7922)
Amy Fairchild (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)
Constance Nathanson (Co Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)

Outbreak Anxieties: The Contingent Politics of Panic and Crisis in America

The writing of a book and several articles analyzing the history of American responses to perceived panics and crises relating to public health. (36 months)

Project fields:
History and Philosophy of Science, Technology, and Medicine; History of Science; U.S. History

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$299,590 (approved)
$299,590 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2014 – 9/30/2017


RZ-51748-14

Brown University (Providence, RI 02912-0001)
Nathaniel VanValkenburgh (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)

Imperial Spaces: Forced Resettlement, Diet and Daily Life at Carrizales, Peru

Archaeological survey and excavation at two sites in Peru's Zaña valley, historical research in Peru and Spain for preparation for scholarly monographs, and a public interactive website. (30 months)

Project fields:
Archaeology; Latin American History; Latin American Studies

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$145,888 (approved)
$145,888 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2014 – 3/31/2018


RZ-51724-14

Princeton University (Princeton, NJ 08540-5228)
Marina Rustow (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)

The Cairo Geniza as a Source for the History of Institutions and Documentary Practices in the Medieval Middle East

Analysis and translation into English of one to two hundred medieval Jewish and Islamic legal and administrative documents from the Cairo Geniza, in preparation for open-access digital publication; also preparation for print publication of a multi-author handbook on these documents and the institutions that created them. (36 months)

Project fields:
Jewish Studies; Medieval History; Near and Middle Eastern History

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$300,000 (approved)
$300,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2014 – 9/30/2017


RZ-51768-14

California State University, Northridge (Northridge, CA 91330-0001)
Owen Doonan (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)

Origins and Development of the Black Sea Colonial System: Excavations in the Early Greek Colony of Sinope, Turkey

Archaeological excavation and analysis at the Black Sea port of Sinop, Turkey. (36 months)

Project fields:
Archaeology; Classical History; Classics

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$275,000 (approved)
$275,000 (awarded)

Grant period:
1/1/2015 – 12/31/2017


RZ-51658-14

University of California, San Diego (La Jolla, CA 92093-0013)
Robert Edelman (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)
Christopher Young (Co Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)

The Global History of Sport in the Cold War

Three international scholarly workshops over a three-year period addressing the topic of politics and sport during the Cold War, as well as preparation of the resulting papers and associated materials for publication through two print volumes and an open-access website. (36 months)

Project fields:
History, General

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$64,216 (approved)
$64,216 (awarded)

Grant period:
9/1/2014 – 8/31/2017


RZ-51759-14

Columbia University (New York, NY 10027-7922)
Kavita Sivaramakrishnan (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)
David Jones (Co Project Director: 09/18/2014 to present)

Relocating Heart Disease in the Tropics: Race, Risk, and Modernization in Post-Independence India

Research culminating in the writing of a book and several articles examining the history of medical responses to heart disease in India. (36 months)

Project fields:
History and Philosophy of Science, Technology, and Medicine; History of Science; South Asian History

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$286,712 (approved)
$286,712 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2014 – 9/30/2017


RZ-51672-14

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale (Carbondale, IL 62901)
Gretchen Dabbs (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)
Anna Stevens (Co Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)

The North Tombs Cemeteries at Amarna, an Abandoned City of Ancient Egypt

Archaeological excavation and bioarchaeological analysis at the North Tombs Cemeteries (14th-century BCE) at Tell el-Amarna, Egypt. (36 months)

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Project fields:
Anthropology

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$253,817 (approved)
$253,817 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2014 – 9/30/2018


RZ-51699-14

University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN 46556-4635)
Meredith Chesson (Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)
John Robb (Co Project Director: 01/13/2014 to present)

The Political Logic of a Mediterranean Landscape: Southernmost Calabria from 6000 BC to the Present

Anthropological and archaeological fieldwork at Bova Marina in Calabria (Italy), analysis of samples, and preparation of a multi-author monograph. (36 months)

Project fields:
Anthropology; Archaeology

Program:
Collaborative Research

Division:
Research Programs

Total amounts:
$222,273 (approved)
$222,273 (awarded)

Grant period:
10/1/2014 – 9/30/2017