IPCAA student Caitlin Clerkin has been named the David and Mary Hunting Graduate Fellow for 2020–21 at U-M's Institute for the Humanities. Caitlin and a cohort of seven other U-M graduate fellows and eight faculty fellows will spend the 2020–21 academic year in residence at the Institute, forming an interdisciplinary intellectual community as they pursue original research and participate in regular, cross-disciplinary fellows’ seminars. Caitlin's dissertation project, "Hellenistic and Early Parthian Seleucia-on-the-Tigris Revisited," which will occupy her at the Institute, is focused on Kelsey Museum archaeological and archival collections.

Congratulations, Caitlin!

Read more about the Institute for the Humanities Fellowship program here.