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Organisation

The Cambridge Greek Lexicon Project is housed in offices within the Faculty of Classics. Through Professor James Diggle, the team reports to a Management Committee chaired by Professor Richard Hunter, the Regius Professor of Greek; the Management Committee, which is responsible for financial planning, the relationship with Cambridge University Press, and all broad strategic issues, reports to the Faculty Board of Classics, which takes overall responsibility for the progress of the Project.
 

Richard HunterMembers of the Management Committee

Professor Richard Hunter (Chair, right)
Professor Paul Cartledge
Dr James Clackson
Professor James Diggle
Dr Lucia Prauscello
Professor Malcolm Schofield
Mrs Jane Fisher-Hunt (Secretary)

Work on the preparation of the digital files of the Lexicon is due to be completed in the summer of 2016. If you have any enquiries concerning the organisation or the progress of the Project, or would like to offer support, Professor Hunter (rlh10@cam.ac.uk) would be pleased to hear from you.

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