"The grants include the first awards made under NEH’s new Infrastructure and Capacity-Building Challenge Grant program, which will support infrastructure projects at 29 U.S. cultural institutions in 20 states and the District of Columbia.
...grants announced today advance scholarship and discovery in the fields of history, literature, linguistics, art history, and comparative religion. Archaeological excavation of an abandoned settlement in Western Anatolia will answer important questions about the transition from Greek to Roman rule in the ancient world."
Congratulations to Professor Chris Ratte, for whom the NEH has awarded $220,000 for the "Notion Archaeological Research Project: The Biography of an Ancient Greek Urban Community," a collaborative research project which delves into excavation and analysis at Notion, an urban site from the Hellenistic and Roman periods, located in western Turkey.
Click here to read more on the Notion Archaeological Research Project.