Melissa Huber

Melissa Huber

Student

Melissa Huber is a sixth-year PhD student in Classical Studies with research interests in Roman history and topography.  Her dissertation entitled "Monumentalizing Infrastructure: The City and People of Rome in the Time of Claudius" investigates building under Claudius from a social historical perspective.  Melissa received her AB in Classics and BS in Mathematics from the College of Charleston, and her MA in the City of Rome (Classics) from the University of Reading with funding from the Society for Classical Studies' Lionel Pearson Fellowship.

Last year, Melissa served as the Resident Instructor at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome.  

Fellowships, Supported Research, & Other Grants

Katherine Goodman Stern Fellowship awarded by Duke Graduate School (2018 to 2019)

Lionel Pearson Fellowship awarded by Society for Classical Studies (2011 to 2012)

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    Melissa Huber presenting on the Aenatores monument during the American Academy in Rome Epigraphy Course
    Melissa Huber presenting on the Aenatores monument during the American Academy in Rome Epigraphy Course
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    Visiting the Roman Forum in the snow
    Visiting the Roman Forum in the snow
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    Teaching the Polla Inscription on the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome's trip to Sicily
    Teaching the Polla Inscription on the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies in Rome's trip to Sicily