Diane Harris Cline is an associate professor of history at the George Washington University; she is an ancient Greek historian and classical archaeologist. She won the Robert W. Kenny Prize for Innovation in Teaching Introductory Courses in 2021, the Morton A. Bender Award for Excellence in Teaching, GWU in April 2018, and in May 2017, the Columbian Prize for Teaching, awarded by Columbian College of Arts and Sciences. In her cross-disciplinary research, she is a pioneer in the digital humanities, applying social network analysis to study the social ties in ancient Greece. Harris Cline was a Fellow in Hellenic Studies at the Harvard Center for Hellenic Studies in the fall of 2018 and a Fulbright Scholar in Greece at the University of Crete, Rethymno, in spring 2019, thirty years after her first Fulbright to Greece as a graduate student at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens. In Fall 2021, she was a Scholar Associate at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles. With a B.A. in classics from Stanford (1983) and Ph.D. in classical archaeology from Princeton (1991), Cline is the author of two books, The Treasures of the Parthenon and Erechtheion (Oxford) and The Greeks: An Illustrated History (National Geographic), and numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals and conference volumes. She is also a triple recipient for NEH grants including a 2020-21 award from the Office of Digital Humanities. For the integration of the NARA collection into her Digital History course, she is the winner of National Archives 2021 Citizen Archivist Award.