Current Shohet Scholars

Announcement of Shohet Scholars for 2023-2024
The officers and directors of the International Catacomb Society are pleased to announce the Shohet Scholars for 2023-2024:

Davide Tanasi (Professor of Digital Humanities, Department of History, Institute for Digital Exploration, University of South Florida) and David Cardona (Senior Curator, Heritage Malta), for their project, “First-time Documentation and Digital Mapping of the Late Antique Hypogeal Site of Binġemma (Malta)".

Caitlin Barrett (Associate Professor of Classics, Cornell University), for her project “Toward an Archaeology of Lived Experience: Modeling Embodied Identities at Pompeii”.

We congratulate these scholars on the quality and impact of their work.


Robin M. Jensen, Ph.D.
President, International Catacomb Society

About the Shohet Scholars Grant Program:

The Shohet Scholars Grant Program funds research on the Ancient Mediterranean from the Hellenistic Era to the Early Middle Ages. Shohet Scholars may do their research in the fields of archeology, art history, classical studies, history, comparative religions, or related subjects. Of special interest are interdisciplinary projects that approach traditional topics from new perspectives. For more information about the Shohet Scholars Program and other activities of the International Catacomb Society, please visit: or contact:

International Catacomb Society
217 Hanover Street, Suite 130413
Boston, MA 02113





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