DH Graduate Fellows

Every year CESTA welcomes a new cohort of digital humanities graduate fellows, who each pursue their own research projects. Learn more about this year's fellows below.

Learn more about the Digital Humanities Graduate Fellowship program.

See the full list of previous graduate fellows and their project titles.

Classics
Project Title:
Sexual slang in the Latin language
East Asian Languages and Culture
Project Title:
Examining Linguistic Politeness: Evidence from Discourse
Anthropology & History
Project Title:
From Emigrant to Settler: Food in 19th Century Institutions of Immigration
Classics
Project Title:
Looking-through-labor in Pompeian Wall Paintings
Project Title:
Applying for a job in Early 19th-Century Europe
Comparative Literature
Project Title:
Belatedly Cancelled: White N-words of America in the Press
Classics
Project Title:
Assessing the Diffusion and Isomorphism of Organizational Forms and Operations among Ancient Roman Associations
Modern Thought and Literature
Project Title:
Tribe of the Starry Eyed Child
History
Project Title:
The Many Lives of Mezhyhirya: Political and Property Regime in Ukraine, 1786-2014
Classics
Project Title:
Social Lives of Fiscal Institutions in the Eastern Mediterranean (6th-2nd centuries BCE)
Religious Studies
Project Title:
A Late Ancient Biography of Bones
History
Project Title:
Ottoman Court Histories in the Long Eighteenth-Century