Sapere Aude

Migrants and Membership Regimes in the Ancient Greek World (400 BCE – 100 CE) is funded through the Sapere Aude instrument by the Independent Research Fund Denmark (DFF). ‘Sapere Aude’ is Latin for ‘dare to know’, and the grant is aimed at providing young and talented researchers with the means to develop research competencies and strengthen internationalisation and mobility in scholarly environments and networks.

Read project PI Christian Thomsen’s description of the project, its challenges and the expected impact of the Sapere Aude grant on this and future projects, or browse the list of 2019 Sapere Aude research leaders.

University of Copenhagen

Migrants and Membership Regimes in the Ancient Greek World (400 BCE – 100 CE) is based at the Saxo Institute at the University of Copenhagen.

Philipps-Universität Marburg

Dr. Sabine Neumann is based at the Philipps-University Marburg’s Archäologisches Seminar. The Seminar’s Director, Prof. Dr. Winfried Held, acts as an advisor to the project.

Advisory Board

Prof. Dr. Winfried Held (Philipps-Universität Marburg)

Dr. Sophia Zoumbaki (National Hellenic Research Foundation)

Prof. dr. phil. Vincent Gabrielsen (University of Copenhagen)

Partner Scholars and Projects

Jordan Johansen (Chicago)

Demetra Kasimis (Chicago)

Mario Paganini (Vienna)

Sailakshmi Ramgopal (Columbia)


Photos by Jacquelyn Clements and Kenn Thomsen

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