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Faculty Awards and Achievements
Hearty congratulations to Michael Carter who is the inaugural winner of the Faculty of Humanities Award for Excellence in Research and Creative Activity! The award, which was created by the Humanities Research Institute, recognizes a consistent track record of outstanding research or creative achievements. He will present a public lecture sponsored by the HRI on his research interests (details to follow).
Congratulations to Allison Glazebrook on receipt of a SSHRC Insight Grant for her project titled "Greek prostitutes in context: a history of sexual labour in Ancient Athens" which was included in recent story in the Brock News.
Congratulations to Elizabeth S. Greene on receiving a Brock SSHRC Institutional Grant (BSIG) Seed Grant for work this summer in Turkey on the Burgaz Harbors Project: Shifting centres of maritime activity in the Eastern Mediterranean; and to Carrie Murray who was awarded BSIG/BUAF funding for manuscript preparation for an edited volume on sacrifice, as well as support from the Humanities Research Institute and BSIG respectively for equipment and costs related to geophysical survey for the Brock University Archaeological Project at Pantelleria.
Recent Faculty Presentations and Publications
Along with colleagues Vasif Sahoglu (Ankara University) and Justin Leidwanger (Stanford University), Elizabeth S. Greene organized a panel titled “A Matrix of Socioeconomic Connectivity: Ports, Harbors and Anchorages in the Mediterranean,” at the Annual Meeting of the European Archaeological Association held in Istanbul, Turkey from 10-14 September 2014. Papers in the panel included “Investigations at the Harbors of Burgaz, Turkey: Shifting Centers of Maritime Activity on the Datça Peninsula,” by J. Leidwanger, E.S. Greene, N. Tuna and N. Atıcı; and "Connectivity and Separation: the Role of Harbors in the Urban Plan of Hellenistic Miletos,” by Brock alumna Lana Radloff (currently a doctoral candidate at the University at Buffalo). More information about the panel as well as the complete conference program can be found here.
Katharine T. von Stackelberg gave a paper titled "Reality, Virtual Reality, Hyperreality: Approaches to Creating and Recreating Ancient Roman Gardens" at the University of Arkansas on October 14, and has just published "Garden Hybrids: Hermaphrodite Images in the Roman House," Classical Antiquity 33 (October 2014): 395-426.
Student Awards and Achievements
Congratulations to the following undergraduate and graduate student recipients of external scholarships and awards: