This year-long, $8,000 Fellowship offers advanced humanities graduate students a chance to explore the public application of their scholarly interests, including training in the methods of the public humanities, networking, and professional development. Each Fellow in the cohort of 18 designs and implements a public humanities project in collaboration with a community-based partner.
Interested candidates from the nine partnership schools in the Humanities Centers Initiative (HCI) should contact their university’s humanities center director or Humanities NY Program Officer Adam Capitanio for more information. Deadlines vary by university, between late Fall and early Winter. Guidelines available here.