MAA News – Good News From Our Members

The National Endowment for the Humanities has made grants to support projects by several MAA members:

Daniel Davies (Univ. of Houston), to support the research project, “Under Siege: Perpetual Warfare and Late Medieval Literature”

Dawn Marie Hayes (Montclair State University), “Documenting the Past, Triaging the Present and Conserving a Legacy for the Future: A Web App for Sicily’s Norman Heritage.” The grant will support The Norman Sicily Project ( (NSP), a bilingual, interactive web app that offers a variety of resources for the study of Sicily under the Normans (ca. 1061-1194).

John Osborne (Carleton Univ.) has been awarded the Premio Daria Borghese for 2024, awarded annually for the best book on any aspect of the city of Rome written by a non-Italian. The prize was for his monograph Rome in the Ninth Century: a history in art (Cambridge University Press 2023).

If you have good news to share, please send it to Executive Director Lisa Fagin Davis.

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