Michèle Lowrie receives NEH Fellowship

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Michèle Lowrie (Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Classics) has been awarded a 2018-19 fellowship from the National Endowment for the Humanities, which supports advanced research in the humanities. She hopes to use the fellowship to complete her book project, Security, A Roman Metaphor, which will trace the emergence of the concept of national security in Roman literature and the politics of its trajectory. The Department is delighted to congratulate Professor Lowrie on her receipt of such a competitive and deserved fellowship.

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