Jahangir Entertains Shah Abbas (Washington D.C.: Bishandas, 1620), from the National Museum of Asian Art.


The Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World congratulates the four winners of this year's Joukowsky Award for Student Research:

Who is Achilles?: An Analysis of the Characterization of Achilles in Contemporary Retellings
by Eleanor Dushin

Melons and Mangoes: How Central and South Asian Kings Used Fruits to Showcase their Power
by Harshil Garg

The “Roman” Sensorium: Enslaved Experiences in the Bowels of the Baths of Caracalla
by Jonathan Leite

The Joukowsky Award for Student Research, formerly the Archaeology Paper Prize Competition, is a competition to recognize undergraduate students who have shown great accomplishment in the study of archaeology through their writing and research in the current academic year. All winning entries, past and present, can be viewed on our website's Publications page.