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Peter ONeill, Classical Studies, (515) 294-4043
Steve Sullivan, News Service, (515) 294-3720
ISU PROFESSOR AWARDED PRESTIGIOUS ROME PRIZE
AMES, Iowa -- Peter O'Neill, Iowa State University assistant professor of classical studies, has been awarded a prestigious Rome Prize from the American Academy in Rome.
The Rome Prize provides fellowships ranging from six months to two years for American artists and scholars to live and work at the Academy's 18-building, 11-acre site atop Rome's highest hill, the Janiculum.
O'Neill was awarded the academy's Andrew Heiskell/National Endowment for the Humanities Post-Doctoral Rome Prize Fellowship. He will receive a $20,000 research stipend and spend a year at the American Academy in Rome. He will do research on local neighborhoods of Rome, looking at sites of social interaction in the period 133 to 44 B.C.
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