CNERS Faculty Members Win SSHRC Competitions

The Department of Classical, Near Eastern and religious Studies is very pleased to announce the success of three of our faculty in the SSHRC (Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council) competitions this year.
Gregg Gardner has won an Insight Development Grant for his project entitled “The Horvat Midras Excavation Project: Cultural Interaction in Rural Roman Judea”.
Kat Huemoeller has won an Insight Development Grant for her project entitled “Reproducing Slavery: Maternal descent in the Roman World”.
Sara Milstein has won a Connection Grant for her project entitled “The Emergent Legal Mind in the Ancient Middle East”.
We are very glad to see that the expertise of our faculty has been acknowledged again this year by the adjudication committees. Congratulations!