Congratulations to Alicia Ventresca Miller and her team on receiving one of six awarded Proposal Development Grants awarded by the Humanities Collaboratory. 

From the Humanaties Collaboratorys April Newsletter:

Proposal Development Grants provide significant funding during May and June of each year for awarded teams to develop a Project Grant proposal. Future newsletters will feature each team in depth as we look forward to sharing more detail about the compelling collaborations of the incoming 2021 PDG teams:

Centering the Northern Frontier: Integrating Histories and Archaeologies of the Mongol Empire will integrate historical and archaeological scholarship through the concept of knowledge democracy as the team pursues a common interest in the Mongol Empire (c. 1162-1367), an era that is vast in geographical range and historical scope. Team members include PI Alicia Ventresca Miller (Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology / Assistant Curator, Museum of Anthropological Archaeology); Christian de Pee (Associate Professor, Department of History); Bryan K. Miller (Lecturer, History of Art); Sangseraima Ujeed (Assistant Professor, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures); Pär Cassel (Associate Professor, Department of History); and Miranda Brown (Arthur F. Thurnau Professor and Professor of Chinese Studies, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures).