Center for the Humanities Announces 2013-2014 Faculty Research Fellows

Center for the Humanities Announces 2013-2014 Faculty Research Fellows

Oct 16, 2012

Jeffry Diefendorf, Professor of History; Douglas Lanier, Professor of English; Josh Lauer, Assistant Professor of Communication; and R. Scott Smith, Associate Professor of Classics, have been awarded Center for the Humanities Faculty Research Fellowships for 2013-2014.

As Fellows, these faculty will have a semester to pursue humanities research with no teaching obligations. Funded by the Center’s general endowment and the Ben and Zelma Dorson Endowment in the Humanities, the fellowships are available to faculty from any UNH department or program whose research falls within the humanities.

Read more about these scholars and their projects here.

The Center for the Humanities was established in the College of Liberal Arts at the University of New Hampshire in 1986 to support humanities research by faculty from across the university, representing such fields as anthropology, communication, fine arts, folklore, foreign languages, geography, history, literature, philosophy, religious studies, sociology, and women’s studies.

The Center hosts and sponsors interdisciplinary conferences; supports faculty programs, projects, and lectures; and offers faculty fellowships, an endowed chair, stipends, and workshops. To learn more about Center for the Humanities funding opportunities, click here.

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