Two Emory University history professors were awarded prestigious Guggenheim Fellowships.
Tonio Andrade and Judith Evans Grubbs were among the 181 winners selected out of nearly 3,000 applicants.
- Tonio Andrade is a specialist in global history and the history of China. His most recent book, “Lost Colony: The Untold Story of Europe’s First War with China” (Princeton UP, 2011), explores the European military revolution with data from East Asia.
- Judith Evans Grubbs is the Betty Gage Holland Professor of Roman History at Emory. Her research interests center on social history and law in the Roman Empire, particularly women, the family and slavery.
The fellowships are awarded by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to scholars, artists and scientists for prior distinguished achievement and the promise of future accomplishment.