The Sinis Archaeological Project would not be possible without the generous support of various granting agencies and institutional sponsors. With gratitude, we acknowledge our project sponsors, student grants, and institutional support here.
Project Grants and Awards
Collaborative Grants and Awards
Migration and the Making of the Ancient Greek World (“MIGMAG”), European Research Council Consolidator Grant, PI: Naoíse MacSweeney, University of Vienna. SAP is a collaborating project with MIGMAG (fall 2020-present)
Student Grants and Awards
J. P. Harland Endowment Fund in Classical Archaeology (Alex Claman, 2022)
Joukowsky Summer Research Award, Brown University Graduate School (Anna Soifer, 2019)
Texas Tech Summer Thesis/Dissertation Research Travel Award (Alex Claman, 2019)
Etruscan Foundation Fieldwork Fellowship (Josiah Olah, 2019)
Carrie Arbour Scholarship, University of Michigan Department of Classics (Kelly Miklas and Josiah Olah, 2019)
Carrie Arbour Scholarship, University of Michigan Department of Classics (Kelly Miklas, 2018)
International Institute Individual Fellowship, University of Michigan (Kelly Miklas, 2018)
Texas Tech University (2020-)
We would also like to thank our colleagues who have helped advise and support the project: Peter van Dommelen (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, Brown University), Alfonso Stiglitz (Museo Civico di San Vero Milis), Steven Ellis (University of Cincinnati), Susan Alcock (University of Michigan), Chris Ratté (University of Michigan), John Cherry (Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, Brown University), and Naoíse MacSweeney (University of Vienna). Alexander Smith contributed as a founding project co-director in 2018 and 2019. Thanks to the University of Michigan LSA Finance Office and Jeff Craft for administrative support. Finally, thanks to Emanuele Madrigali for Italian consultation and translation.