Three graduate students awarded Rome Prize in arts and humanities

by Office of Communications

Katharine Huemoeller is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Classics, and her scholarship focuses on Greek and Roman social history, Roman law and gender in the ancient world. Mali Skotheim, also in classics, is writing her dissertation on Greek dramatic festivals under the Roman Empire. John Lansdowne, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Art and Archaeology and a Seeger Fellow in the Center for Hellenic Studies, specializes in medieval and early Renaissance art, with a particular focus on the exchange of objects and images between Italy and the eastern Mediterranean world. Read more.