Visiting Research Scholars 2016-17

This article first appeared in ISAW Newsletter 16, Fall 2016.

  • Frederic Clark, Visiting Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Princeton University
    Dividing Time: The Making of Historical Periodization in Early Modern Europe, c.1500-1750
    The First Pagan Historian: The Fortunes of a Fraud from Antiquity to Enlightenment
  • Emily Cole, Visiting Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
    Translation on Display: Multilingual Monuments in Ptolemaic Egypt
  • Alan Greene, Ph.D., University of Chicago
    Provisioning the Political: Material Economies, Ritual Life, & Social Inequality Among the Earliest Polities of the Ancient World
  • Yitzchak Jaffe, Ph.D., Harvard University
    Rediscovering the Multiethnic & Multi-cultural Origins of Chinese Civilization
  • Gina Konstantopoulos, Visiting Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Michigan
    Elsewhere is a Negative Country: The Role of Supernatural Figures & the Construction of Imaginary and Abstracted Lands in the Ancient Near East
  • Bill Mak (August 2016-February 2017), Kyoto University
    Transmission and Dissemination of Greek Astral Science in South & East Asia during the First Millennium CE
  • Maya Maskarinec, Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles
    Unsafe for Saints: Alternate Histories of Christian Rome
  • Robert Spengler, Ph.D., Washington University in St. Louis
    How the Silk Road Shaped Your Dinner Table: A Study of the Origins & Spread of Agriculture in Central Eurasia