Interested in bringing innovative public humanities programming to underserved communities around the state? Apply to be a 2023-2024 Public Humanities Fellow!
Intended for early-career humanitists, the Fellows program provides a stipend of $5000 and up to $3500 to fund a public humanities project, as well as professional development opportunities, technical assistance and mentorship from public humanities professionals, and regular meetings with a cohort of other fellows.
Graduate students, untenured professors, culture bearers, and other humanities experts can apply. Humanists from communities who are underrepresented in the humanities are especially encouraged to apply.
The deadline to apply is June 30. Projects must be completed by May 15, 2024.