CHAT awards two postdoctoral fellowships every academic year. These fellowships are for one year. Periodically, the Center will award additional fellowships in particular research areas. Application guidelines go live in December.
Faculty fellows are Tufts faculty (full-time) who are seeking additional time and resources to work on their projects. Faculty in the humanities (broadly defined) may apply with the support of their department chair.
Every year, CHAT awards two dissertation fellowships. These fellowships are awarded to students in English, History, or Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies.
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