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AH-50004-14Education Programs: Cooperative Agreements and Special Projects (Education)Warrior-Scholar ProjectWarrior-Scholar Project4/1/2014 - 4/30/2015$100,000.00ChristopherR.Howell   Warrior-Scholar ProjectWashingtonDC20005-3408USA2014U.S. HistoryCooperative Agreements and Special Projects (Education)Education Programs10000001000000

A series of humanities workshops for recent American military veterans at Yale University, Harvard University, and the University of Michigan.

The Warrior-Scholar Project (WSP) is an intensive, two-week-long, humanities-based "academic boot camp" hosted at America's top universities to facilitate veterans' transition from the military to college. In these two weeks, under the guidance of both student-veterans who've successfully transitioned from the military to college, and world renowned professors, students on the Warrior-Scholar Project develop the analytical reading, writing, and discussion skills critical to academic success, while also learning about what challenges to expect during this transition. Through WSP, not only do we teach veterans the substantive skills they wil need to succeed in college, we aim to completely transform the way they view themselves as students. During the program, our student veterans tackle humanities classics such as Alexis de Tocqueville's Democracy in America, Thucydides' The Peloponnesian War, and Herodotus' The History, as well as more modern works such as Fareed Zakaria's "The Democratic Age," Robert Dahl's How Democratic is the American Constitution?, and Francis Fukuyama's "The Future of History." By engaging with these intellectual giants, the Warrior-Scholars develop confidence and learn critical thinking skills essential to collegiate success, while sparking their excitement about the awesome possibility of academic study.

AQ-50016-09Education Programs: Enduring Questions: Pilot Course GrantsDuquesne University"The Meanings of Life: Ancient Visions"7/1/2009 - 6/30/2011$17,870.00Jeffrey McCurry   Duquesne UniversityPittsburghPA15282-0001USA2009Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralEnduring Questions: Pilot Course GrantsEducation Programs17870017368.510

The development of an undergraduate course on the meaning of life, focusing on writings from ancient Greece and Rome.

This project aims to develop a course exploring nine different versions of how to live a life worth living by reading several works of ancient literature, history, and philosophy. By studying Homer, Sappho, Thucydides, Plato, Aristotle, Epicurus, Marcus Aurelius, and Augustine, students will learn how to think analytically about the fundamental question of the meaning of life by joining the western tradition's argument about the nature of the meaning of life.

AQ-50688-12Education Programs: Enduring Questions: Pilot Course GrantsUniversity of MontanaNEH Enduring Questions Course on "What Form of Government Is Best Suited to Human Society?"6/1/2012 - 12/31/2014$24,999.00RobertPatrickSaldin   University of MontanaMissoulaMT59801-4494USA2012Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralEnduring Questions: Pilot Course GrantsEducation Programs24999024995.440

The development of an undergraduate seminar on the question, What form of government is best suited to human society?

Assistant Professor Robert Saldin develops a first- and second- year seminar that is sponsored by the university's political science department and honors college. The seminar addresses how governmental structures are attuned to social arrangements and how these structures influence "a society's way of life." The first part of the course considers theories about governmental forms, with examples from classical antiquity. "An essential purpose of this first portion . . . will be to encourage students to take a step back from our own familiar life within a liberal democracy" and consider other possible forms of government organization in different times and places. Tentative readings for this section include selections from Aristotle's Politics, Plato's Republic, and Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian War. Aristophanes' The Clouds, Shakespeare's Coriolanus, and Plutarch's "Life of Lycurgus" are read in full. The second part of the course examines "three government forms-theocracy, liberal democracy, and socialism-that are contemporary, and controversial" to provide specific case studies to illuminate the central question. Readings on theocracy include John Winthrop, "A Model of Christian Charity"; Ayatollah Khomeini, "Messages to Pilgrims"; Thomas Jefferson, "Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom"; and Nathaniel Hawthorne, The Scarlet Letter. Readings for liberal democracy encompass Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America; Harriet Beecher Stowe, Uncle Tom's Cabin; and Kurt Vonnegut, "Harrison Bergeron." Socialism is studied through Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, The Communist Manifesto; Vladimir Lenin, The State and Revolution; and Arthur Koestler, Darkness at Noon. The course is offered twice, in Fall 2013 and Fall 2014; each iteration includes two outside guest lectures open to the university community with live streaming video; the lecturers also meet privately with the class to discuss their presentations. Professor Saldin notes that his scholarly training focuses on "American politics and public policy." The grant allows him to expand his expertise into other periods and cultures through close study of works listed in the scholarly bibliography included in the application.

AQ-50979-14Education Programs: Enduring Questions: Pilot Course GrantsMacomb County Community CollegeNEH Enduring Questions Course on the Just War Tradition5/1/2014 - 6/30/2015$22,000.00Elliott Meyrowitz   Macomb County Community CollegeWarrenMI48088-3870USA2014History, OtherEnduring Questions: Pilot Course GrantsEducation Programs220000220000

The development of a community college course on the circumstances under which war may be justified and whether it can be conducted ethically once begun.

The development of a community college course on the circumstances under which war may be justified and whether it can be conducted ethically once begun. Elliott Meyrowitz, a Vietnam combat veteran with a J.D. degree and a Ph.D. in history, develops a course for community college students on the question, What is a just war? Meyrowitz argues that the position that "all war should be condemned" is untenable; as a result, "from the time of the Roman Empire and early Christianity philosophers and theologians began to develop the concept of a 'just war.'" Given contemporary problems of war and conflict, the enhancement of "students' ability to distinguish between justifiable and unjustifiable use of armed force" is pressing. The course is organized into four units: 1) just war theories over time and in the western and eastern traditions, as exemplified by important writers; 2) how these thinkers as well as military strategists have developed alternatives to just war theory; 3) case studies of World Wars I and II, Vietnam, and recent American actions in the Middle East and Afghanistan; 4) application of just war theory to a range of circumstances such as total war, nuclear war, guerrilla war, genocide, ethnic cleansing, civil war, asymmetric war, and terrorism. The core readings for the course include writings by Thucydides, Cicero, Augustine, Aquinas, Machiavelli, Hobbes, and Kant and recent scholars and theorists including Michael Walzer, John Keegan, James Turner Johnson, Jean Bethke Elshtain, Christopher Paul, and David Fisher.

AQ-51123-14Education Programs: Enduring Questions: Pilot Course GrantsNorth Georgia College and State UniversityNEH Enduring Questions Course on Concepts of Peace in Western and Eastern Cultures5/1/2014 - 12/31/2017$36,399.00Renee BrickerMichael ProulxNorth Georgia College and State UniversityDahlonegaGA30597-0001USA2014Philosophy, GeneralEnduring Questions: Pilot Course GrantsEducation Programs36399032978.490

The development of an upper-level undergraduate seminar on ideas about how to attain and secure peace, open to cadets and civilian students at a military college.

The development of an upper-level undergraduate seminar on ideas about how to attain and secure peace, open to cadets and civilian students at a military college. Four faculty members develop an upper-level seminar open to all students on the enduring question, What is peace? In addition to the question of what constitutes peace, the subject involves the additional consideration of whether peace should be established and maintained whatever the cost, or if it should be constrained by attempts to achieve justice. In order to address these questions, the course considers classic authors and works from western and eastern traditions, including Thucydides, Aristophanes, Sun Tzu, the Song of Roland, Christine de Pizan, Erasmus, Shakespeare, the Abbe St. Pierre, Rousseau, Kant, Clausewitz, Gandhi, Mao Zedong, and Kurt Vonnegut, plus modern scholars and theorists including Hannah Arendt, Michael Howard, and Michael Doyle. The participating faculty members include Renee Bricker (early modern history), Donna Gessell (English), Michael Proulx (ancient history), and Yi Deng (philosophy); course preparation allows each to expand his or her academic perspectives. The course itself meets once a week for two and a half hours in seminar format; it also takes advantage of electronic media to post weekly student "talking-papers" and facilitate intellectual interchange outside the classroom. The students are also expected to present papers at the college's undergraduate research conference and revise them for an undergraduate journal.

AV-260599-18Education Programs: Dialogues on the Experience of WarAquila Theatre Company Inc.Citizen Soldiers: Ancient and Modern Expressions of War5/1/2018 - 4/30/2019$99,312.00Peter MeineckDesiree SanchezAquila Theatre Company Inc.New YorkNY10003-6671USA2018ClassicsDialogues on the Experience of WarEducation Programs993120993120

A training program for sixteen discussion leaders, leading to three veteran discussion series and one large-scale public event on war-related themes in classical Greek and contemporary American sources. 

Citizen Soldiers-Ancient and Modern Expressions of War is the third year of a successful program that brings together veterans and their family members, scholars and public education staff to be trained to land discussion programs that connect classical Greek literature with ancient artworks and contemporary literature by American veterans. After an in-depth training program, discussion leaders will present three discussion programs in New York - at New York University, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Society for Artistic Veterans.

FA-10326-71Research Programs: Fellowships for University TeachersDonald KaganThucydides and the Peloponnesian War9/1/1971 - 8/31/1972$15,500.00Donald Kagan   Yale UniversityNew HavenCT06510-1703USA1971Classical HistoryFellowships for University TeachersResearch Programs155000155000

No project description available

FA-11946-77Research Programs: Fellowships for University TeachersGordon M. KirkwoodSophocles and Thucydides1/1/1977 - 6/30/1977$8,537.00GordonM.Kirkwood   Cornell UniversityIthacaNY14850-2820USA1976Classical LiteratureFellowships for University TeachersResearch Programs8537085370

No project description available

FA-26737-86Research Programs: Fellowships for University TeachersClifford OrwinRight in a World of Harsh Necessities: The Problem of Justice in Thucydides9/1/1986 - 5/31/1987$27,500.00Clifford Orwin   University of TorontoToronto M5S 1A5Canada1986Political Science, GeneralFellowships for University TeachersResearch Programs275000275000

No project description available

FA-34775-98Research Programs: Fellowships for University TeachersLisa KalletThe Function of Money and Wealth in Thucydides' History and its Relation to his Contemporary World and Economic Thought8/1/1998 - 7/31/1999$30,000.00Lisa Kallet   University of California, Santa BarbaraSanta BarbaraCA93106-0001USA1998Ancient HistoryFellowships for University TeachersResearch Programs300000300000

No project description available

FA-55983-11Research Programs: Fellowships for University TeachersArlene W. SaxonhouseDemocratic Responsibility: Ancient Texts and Modern Politics1/1/2012 - 8/31/2012$37,800.00ArleneW.Saxonhouse   Regents of the University of MichiganAnn ArborMI48109-1382USA2010Political Science, GeneralFellowships for University TeachersResearch Programs378000336000

Who is responsible in a democratic regime: the leader who persuades a people to action or the people who allow themselves to be persuaded? the elected officials or those who elected them? To address this question, I turn to works primarily from ancient Athens: Thucydides' History, a selection of the tragedies and comedies, as well as to Shakespeare's Henry V and The Federalist. In each case, I see a different story of how to assign agency and assess responsibility. The challenge of how to understanding responsibility when discussing fluid composite political bodies engages us in questions of justice with and between nations, and contributes to our understanding of democracy in the modern age. The study of the ancient texts will be set in contrast to work done on prospective and retrospective voting by contemporary students of elections and representation in order to grasp more fully the conceptual and moral changes that have taken place with the move to modern forms of democracy.

FB-22366-84Research Programs: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsCarolyn DewaldThe Origins of History: Herodotus, Thucydides, and the Greek Enlightenment9/1/1984 - 8/31/1985$25,000.00Carolyn Dewald   University of Southern CaliforniaLos AngelesCA90089-0012USA1983Classical LiteratureFellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsResearch Programs250000250000

No project description available

FB-28744-91Research Programs: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsStewart FloryNarrative Voices in Thucydides' HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR8/1/1991 - 7/31/1992$30,000.00Stewart Flory   Gustavus Adolphus CollegeSt. PeterMN56082-1485USA1991Classical LanguagesFellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsResearch Programs300000292320

No project description available

FB-53178-07Research Programs: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsPeter M. KrentzThe Battle of Marathon in History and Memory8/1/2007 - 7/30/2008$40,000.00PeterM.Krentz   Davidson CollegeDavidsonNC28036-9405USA2006Ancient HistoryFellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsResearch Programs400000400000

THE BATTLE OF MARATHON IN HISTORY AND MEMORY will take my interpretation of Archaic Greek warfare to a general audience. In the course of telling an exciting story about the famous battle in 490 BCE, I will show how Greeks changed from fighting in fluid and disorganized ways to fighting in the exclusive hoplite phalanx familiar from Thucydides and Xenophon. This project will build on my earlier articles as well as on research conducted by others studying Archaic poetry, armor, and vase paintings. It will draw on interviews with historical reenactors as well as on tests in the Molnar Human Performance Laboratory at Furman University. The book will be published by Yale University Press in its "Yale Library of Military History" series.

FB-54111-09Research Programs: Fellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsPeter J. AhrensdorfThe Political Thought of Homer8/1/2009 - 7/31/2010$50,400.00PeterJ.Ahrensdorf   Davidson CollegeDavidsonNC28036-9405USA2008Political Science, GeneralFellowships for College Teachers and Independent ScholarsResearch Programs504000504000

I seek support for a book-length study of the political thought of Homer, focusing on his teaching concerning such central themes of political philosophy as the conflict between justice and self-interest; the relation between rationalism and virtue; and the relative merits of the political life and the theoretical life. While Homer has always been regarded as a poet of the first rank, it is forgotten today that such political philosophers as Thucydides, Plato, and Machiavelli considered him to be a foundational political and moral thinker as well. The most prominent traditional scholars of Homer offer illuminating insights concerning political and moral themes in the epic poems, but nevertheless treat those insights as flashes of poetic inspiration or as inherited cultural values rather than as the cohesive political and moral teachings of a theoretical mind. The goal of my work is to restore Homer to his rightful place among the principal figures in the history of political thought.

FEL-273574-21Research Programs: FellowshipsMark FisherThucydides and the Heroic Democracy5/1/2021 - 12/31/2021$40,000.00Mark Fisher   Georgetown UniversityWashingtonDC20057-0001USA2020Political TheoryFellowshipsResearch Programs400000400000

Research and writing leading to a book on the ancient Greek historian Thucydides (c.460 BC - c.400 BC) and his understanding of Athenian democracy. 

This book project offers a fundamental reinterpretation of Thucydides’ analysis of Athenian democracy. Drawing upon literary, epigraphic, and visual evidence to contextualize Thucydides’ account, I show that he advanced an understanding of dêmokratia that was substantively different from later definitions of “democracy.” Paradoxical though it seems, he impressed upon his reader the need to analyze Athenian democracy as a form of autocratic rule, not as an inherently egalitarian regime. In doing so, I show, Thucydides reinvented the traditional ideology of heroic kingship, utilizing explanatory tools from Greek science to produce an account of a heroic democracy that was at once proto-social scientific and indebted to tragic myth. Recognition of this project redefines our understanding of Thucydidean thought and suggests an understanding of “democracy” that challenges present orthodoxy in both democratic theory and intellectual history.

FI-26811-94Fellowships and Seminars: Younger Scholars, 2/86 - 2/95John F. CrawfordPresentation and Criticism of Athenian Democracy in Thucydides and Plato6/1/1994 - 8/31/1994$2,500.00JohnF.Crawford   University of Notre DameNotre DameIN46556-4635USA1994Classical HistoryYounger Scholars, 2/86 - 2/95Fellowships and Seminars2500025000

No project description available

FS-10298-76Education Programs: Seminars for Higher Education FacultyCornell UniversitySophocles and Thucydides1/1/1976 - 9/30/1976$44,013.00GordonM.Kirkwood   Cornell UniversityIthacaNY14850-2820USA1975ClassicsSeminars for Higher Education FacultyEducation Programs440130440130

To examine the relationships of thought and style between Sophocles and Thucydides. The seminar will touch on two aspects of comparison: first the affinity of Thucydides for Sophoclean drama in matters of literary structure, character presentation, and moral outlook, and second, the connections or contrasts of political interest and conviction revealed by shared vocabulary and by the presentation of human fortunes and their causes by these two authors.

FS-10436-76Education Programs: Seminars for Higher Education FacultyRegents of the University of MichiganSummer Seminar: The Plausibility of Utilitarianism9/1/1976 - 8/31/1977$50,000.00RichardB.Brandt   Regents of the University of MichiganAnn ArborMI48109-1382USA1976Philosophy, GeneralSeminars for Higher Education FacultyEducation Programs500000500000

To interpret a series of works which are both interesting in their own right and representative of their cultures by exploring some recurrent themes and unique historical sequences from neolithic early modern times in Hammurabi's law code, the Bible ,Thucydides, Plato, Petronius, Tacitus, Beowulf. Njals Saga. Machiavelli, More, Erasmus and Shakespeare. This seminar is only open to teachers in 2-year colleges.

FS-20726-82Education Programs: Seminars for Higher Education FacultySUNY Research Foundation, College at GeneseoThree Approaches to History: Thucydides, Plutarch, and Bede10/1/1982 - 10/31/1983$48,017.00William Cook   SUNY Research Foundation, College at GeneseoGeneseoNY14454-1401USA1982History, GeneralSeminars for Higher Education FacultyEducation Programs48017047341.310

No project description available

FT-10914-71Research Programs: Summer StipendsDaniel J. GillisClass Conflicts in Thucydides6/1/1971 - 8/31/1971$1,500.00DanielJ.Gillis   Haverford CollegeHaverfordPA19041-1392USA1971Classical HistorySummer StipendsResearch Programs1500015000

No project description available

FT-12892-76Research Programs: Summer StipendsCarroll D. MoultonThucydides and the Sophists7/1/1976 - 8/31/1976$2,000.00CarrollD.Moulton   Princeton UniversityPrincetonNJ08540-5228USA1976Classical LiteratureSummer StipendsResearch Programs2000020000

To examine the relationships in thought and style of the historian Thucydides to the sophists of 4-00 B.C. Athens, analyzing their ideas and modes of argument.

FT-13486-77Research Programs: Summer StipendsWalter Robert ConnorThucydides7/1/1977 - 8/31/1977$2,500.00WalterRobertConnor   Princeton UniversityPrincetonNJ08540-5228USA1977Classical LanguagesSummer StipendsResearch Programs2500025000

To work on a study of Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian War, which will be a close literary analysis of the text with special emphasis on the signs of Thucydides' own views and on the techniques he uses to shape the reader's reactions.

FT-57958-10Research Programs: Summer StipendsMartha K. ZebrowskiWilliam Smith's 1753 Translation of Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian War5/1/2010 - 9/30/2010$6,000.00MarthaK.Zebrowski   Columbia UniversityNew YorkNY10027-7922USA2010Political Science, GeneralSummer StipendsResearch Programs6000060000

With his 1753 translation of Thucydides' History of the Peloponnesian War, William Smith brought the Athenian empire and experience into the contemporary debate over the British maritime empire, policy of naval defense, and need for the leadership of patriots. Smith favored a strong British naval defense but not an expansionist empire, and he offered Thucydides' History to the British as a cautionary tale. This article addresses Smith's understanding and use of Thucydides' history and argument, and locates Smith's work in the political, intellectual, and visual culture of eighteenth-century Britain. The article demonstrates how, in the eighteenth century, ancient Greece, no less than ancient Rome, played a formative part in British self-reflection and political analysis, and with this it expands the interpretive field for classicists, historians, those interested in the history and reception of classical texts, art historians, and historians of political thought.

FV-20081-83Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsSUNY Research Foundation, College at GeneseoThucydides, Plutarch, Bede: Three Approaches to History10/1/1983 - 9/30/1984$52,538.00William Cook   SUNY Research Foundation, College at GeneseoGeneseoNY14454-1401USA1983History, GeneralSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs525380525380

No project description available

FV-20292-84Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsSan Diego State UniversityGreek Values in Crisis: Thucydides, Sophochles, Plato10/1/1984 - 9/30/1985$56,386.00CharlesD.Hamilton   San Diego State UniversitySan DiegoCA92182-0001USA1984ClassicsSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs563860563860

No project description available

FV-20495-85Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsSan Diego State UniversityGreek Values in Crisis: Thucydides, Sophocles, Plato10/1/1985 - 9/30/1986$60,455.00CharlesD.Hamilton   San Diego State UniversitySan DiegoCA92182-0001USA1985ClassicsSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs6045503545525000

No project description available

FV-20924-88Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsSan Diego State UniversityGreek Values in Crisis: Thucydides, Sophocles, and Plato10/1/1988 - 9/30/1989$70,194.00CharlesD.Hamilton   San Diego State UniversitySan DiegoCA92182-0001USA1988ClassicsSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs70194069286.330

No project description available

FV-21047-89Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsUniversity of Maine, OronoThe Political Wisdom of Thucydides10/1/1989 - 9/30/1990$59,133.00Michael Palmer   University of Maine, OronoOronoME04473-1513USA1989Political Science, GeneralSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs59133059074.680

No project description available

FV-21069-89Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsSan Diego State UniversityGreek Values in Crisis: Thucydides, Sophocles, Plato10/1/1989 - 9/30/1990$71,938.00CharlesD.Hamilton   San Diego State UniversitySan DiegoCA92182-0001USA1989ClassicsSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs71938070080.140

No project description available

FV-21163-90Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsGustavus Adolphus CollegeThe Tragic Voice of Thucydides' HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR10/1/1990 - 9/30/1991$47,446.00Stewart Flory   Gustavus Adolphus CollegeSt. PeterMN56082-1485USA1990ClassicsSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs47446046679.950

No project description available

FV-21605-92Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsGustavus Adolphus CollegeThe Tragic Voice of Thucydides' HISTORY OF THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR10/1/1992 - 9/30/1993$52,726.00Stewart Flory   Gustavus Adolphus CollegeSt. PeterMN56082-1485USA1992ClassicsSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs527260527260

No project description available

FV-21701-93Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsUniversity of Maine, OronoThe Political World of Ancient Democracy: Thucydides' History10/1/1993 - 9/30/1994$68,687.00Michael Palmer   University of Maine, OronoOronoME04473-1513USA1993Western CivilizationSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs68687067818.240

No project description available

FV-22061-95Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsSan Diego State University FoundationGreek Values in Crisis: Thucydides, Sophocles, Plato10/1/1995 - 9/30/1996$79,665.00CharlesD.Hamilton   San Diego State University FoundationSan DiegoCA92182-1931USA1995ClassicsSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs79665078765.470

No project description available

FV-22131-96Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsSan Diego State UniversityGreek Values in Crisis: Thucydides, Sophocles, Plato10/1/1996 - 12/31/1997$80,688.00CharlesD.Hamilton   San Diego State UniversitySan DiegoCA92182-0001USA1996ClassicsSeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs80688079532.630

No project description available

FV-22357-00Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsSan Diego State University FoundationGreek Values in Crisis: Thucydides, Sophocles, Plato10/1/2000 - 9/30/2001$102,064.00CharlesD.Hamilton   San Diego State University FoundationSan DiegoCA92182-1931USA2000Classical HistorySeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs10206401020640

No project description available

FV-22391-01Education Programs: Seminars for K-12 EducatorsSan Diego State University FoundationGreek Values in Crisis: Thucydides, Sophocles, Plato10/1/2001 - 9/30/2002$105,868.00CharlesD.Hamilton   San Diego State University FoundationSan DiegoCA92182-1931USA2001Classical HistorySeminars for K-12 EducatorsEducation Programs10586801058680

No project description available

GY-21579-85Public Programs: Younger Scholars, 2/76 - 2/85Raphael LichtThucydides on Cleon and Brasidas6/1/1985 - 8/31/1985$1,800.00Raphael Licht   Unaffiliated Independent ScholarSilver SpringMD20902USA1985Classical HistoryYounger Scholars, 2/76 - 2/85Public Programs1800018000

To support a research and writing project on "Thucydides on Cleon and Brasidas."

HAA-266462-19Digital Humanities: Digital Humanities Advancement GrantsTufts UniversityBeyond Translation: New Possibilities for Reading in a Digital Age9/1/2019 - 8/31/2023$375,000.00GregoryR.Crane   Tufts UniversitySomervilleMA02144-2401USA2019Ancient LanguagesDigital Humanities Advancement GrantsDigital Humanities3250005000028680850000

An expansion of the widely-used Perseus Digital Library to integrate reading tools that are designed to facilitate the study of ancient texts and the ability to conduct searches for relevant words and phrases.

Our goal in this Level III project is to promote a fundamental change in how human beings view translations and the cultures of which their original source text is a product. To support this larger goal we integrate into the emerging new version of Perseus new reading tools that we have developed as separate applications over the past decade: (1) the ability to produce, automatically and manually, word and phrase level alignments between source texts and translations and to see these alignments while reading; (2) the ability to view the full morphological and syntactic analysis of each word in a text; (3) new forms of searching and browsing based on this new data (e.g., find all English words used to translate a word or to view all subject/verb, adjective/noun combinations); (4) both large scale work (alignment of 50 million words of English to Greek and Latin) as well as focused projects (e.g., a bilingual edition of Homer).

RP-*0365-80Research Programs: Scholarly PublicationsColumbia University PressPublication of THE NECESSITIES OF WAR: A STUDY OF THUCYDIDESPESSIMISM by Peter Pouncey3/1/1980 - 8/31/1981$2,000.00JohnD.Moore   Columbia University PressNew YorkNY10025-8004USA1980Philosophy, GeneralScholarly PublicationsResearch Programs2000020000

To support publication of a study of the 4th-century B.C. Greek historian, Thucydides. The study focuses on Thucydides' views of man and society at war and the contributions his insights have made to Western thought.

RP-*1716-80Research Programs: Scholarly PublicationsPrinceton University PressPublication of THE STRUCTURE OF THUCYDIDES' HISTORY, By Hunter R. Rawlings, III9/1/1980 - 2/28/1982$2,500.00SanfordG.Thatcher   Princeton University PressPrincetonNJ08540-5223USA1980History, GeneralScholarly PublicationsResearch Programs2500025000

To support publication of "The Structure of Thucydides' History," the first comprehensive study of the literary structure of the classical Greek historian's history of the Peloponnesian War.