Anchoring Innovation welcomes five new PhD candidates
Five new Anchoring Innovation PhD candidates start at their respective universities today to work on their PhD projects! Their project descriptions will be put online in due course, but here's a glimpse of what they will do the next four to five years:
Lola Bos (Greek Literature, University of Amsterdam)
Staged Narrative as an Anchoring Device: Narratology, Intermediality and Cognition in Sophocles
Marije Derksen (Greek Literature, Radboud University)
Chatterboxes, Seductresses and Emotional Wrecks. Anchoring Innovation in Female Characterization in Hellenistic Poetry.
Henric Jansen (Greek Literature, Leiden University)
Inventing War in Greco-Roman Antiquity
Bart Janssen (Latin Literature, Radboud University)
The Emperor's New Praise. Encomiastic Traditions and Loci Communes in Pliny's Panegyricus.
Michele Valandro (Ancient History, Radboud University)
Forms of the Juridical Integration of Groups and Territories in Roman Colonies
We really look forward to working with these promising young scholars!