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Fellowships information for humanities study

18.6.10 |

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NHC Fellows
Research Triangle Park, N.C.
The National Humanities
Center announces the
appointment of 36 Fellows for
the academic year 2010-11.
These leading scholars will
come to the Center from the
faculties of 19 colleges and
universities in 17 states and
from 7 institutions in 6 other
nations —Brazil, Canada,
Germany, Greece, Portugal,
and The United Kingdom.
Chosen from 442 applicants,
they represent more than 20
fields of humanistic
scholarship, including history,
literature, philosophy,
anthropology, art history, Asian
studies, classics, Islamic
studies, Judaic studies, and
musicology. Each Fellow will
work on an individual research
project and will have the
opportunity to share ideas in
seminars, lectures, and
conferences at the Center.
These newly appointed Fellows
will constitute the thirty-third
class of resident scholars to be
admitted since the Center
opened in 1978. Geoffrey
Harpham, Director of the
National Humanities Center,
said, "I look forward to
welcoming the Fellows of
2010-11 and to learning from
them. They represent an
exciting range of studies in the
humanities."
The National Humanities
Center will award nearly
$1,300,000 in individual
fellowship grants to enable
scholars to take leave from
their normal academic duties
and pursue research at the
Center. This funding is made
possible by the Center's
endowment, by grants from the
Florence Gould Foundation, the
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation,
the National Endowment for
the Humanities, and by
contributions from alumni of
the Center.
The National Humanities
Center, located in the Research
Triangle Park of North
Carolina, is a privately
incorporated independent
institute for advanced study in
the humanities. Since 1978 the
Center has awarded fellowships
to scholars in the humanities,
whose work at the Center has
resulted in the publication of
more than 1,200 books in all
fields of humanistic study. The
Center also sponsors programs
to strengthen the teaching of
the humanities in secondary and
higher education.
Contact detail:
kent@nationalhumanitiescenter.org
Moreinfo: http://
nationalhumanitiescenter.org/
newsrel2010/prfells201011a.htm
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