Congratulations to Joshua Bowen, a PhD candidate in Near Eastern Studies researching Assyriology, who received a Fulbright grant to Germany. There Bowen will translate and contextualize more than 130 liturgical tablets from the ancient city of Kiš, which have resisted translation due to their fragmentary state and enigmatic Sumerian dialect. His work on this neglected Sumerian corpus will help to illuminate Mesopotamian religious practices. Following his Fulbright year, Bowen plans to seek an academic position.
May 15, 2014
Graduate Student Receives Fulbright ScholarshipBy Krieger School of Arts & Sciences
Krieger School of Arts & Sciences