Henkel Scholar Exchange

The Gerda Henkel Stiftung, a private German foundation that supports historical research, in close collaboration with the Department of Classics at Brown, provides an opportunity every second year for a senior classicist in a German-speaking country to carry on academic research at Brown for an academic year. The overall goal of this new fellowship is to promote a fruitful academic exchange between outstanding scholars in the humanities in the U.S. and in German-speaking countries. For more information about the fellowship, please see http://www.gerda-henkel-stiftung.de/content.php?nav_id=196&language=en. Applications should be sent directly to the Henkel Foundation, where further inquiries about the program may also be addressed to
info@Gerda-Henkel-Stiftung.de

Henkel Stiftung Fellows

2010-2011 Jonas Grethlein, Professor, University of Heidelberg, "Futures Past in Ancient Historiography"

2008-2009. Hans-Ulrich Wiemer, Prof. Dr., Historisches Institut Alte Geschichte Justus-Liebig Universität. "Social History of Hellenistic Macedonia"

2006-2007. Hartwin Brandt, Professor of Classics (Ancient History), Otto-Friedrich-University of Bamberg. "Old Age, Death and Suicide in Antiquity."

2004-2005. Burkhard Meissner, Martin-Luther-Universität, Halle-Wittenberg. “War and Strategy: History and Typology of Ancient Warfare.”