Details about the 2021-2022 application process will be posted in December 2020.
The Center offers research awards to Arts, Humanities, or Social Science tenure track and tenured faculty, including professors of the practice, in the School of Arts and Sciences at Tufts who are engaged in humanistic scholarship or artistic creation or criticism. The Tufts Faculty Fellows will receive one or two course releases and office space throughout the academic year. Fellows will present their work in a seminar, participate in the research seminar on themes in Comparative Global Humanities, and participate in other activities of the Center.
For questions about the fellowship, please email the program administrator Courtney McDermott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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