Apply for the Princeton Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts Funded Fellowship Programme 2021-2024, for a chance to be one of 3-5 postdoctoral fellows appointed for a 3-year tenure in residence to take up research and teach part-time in their academic host department.
An annual program, the Princeton Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts Fellowship Program, comes with a promise of appointment as a lecturer in a fellow’s academic host department on the conclusion of the fellowship.
Submit an application and improve your chances of a career in the humanities, social sciences, or natural sciences alongside a diverse group of scholars and experts.
Application Deadline: August 4, 2020
Appointed fellows are provided with
The Fellowship Details
3 fellowships will be awarded for the 2021-2024 fellowship program:
Open to all disciplines represented in the Society of Fellows. The fellowships’ responsibilities include both research and teaching, one course each semester in the first and second years, one course in the third year. The fellows will either participate in team-taught courses or offer self-designed courses in the host department and/or in an interdisciplinary program. In addition, fellows normally take on some advice in their specialty or related areas.
This fellowship is sponsored jointly by the Humanities Council and the Society of Fellows, and it is open to candidates in humanities disciplines represented in the Society. The fellowship’s responsibilities include both research and teaching, one course each semester in the first and second years, one course in the third year. In the fall semester of the first two years, the fellow will join a faculty team to teach in the Humanities Sequence, Interdisciplinary Approaches to Western Culture from Antiquity to the Middle Ages. In the spring semester of the first year, the fellow will offer a self-designed course in the host department and/or an interdisciplinary program. In the spring semester of the second year, the fellow will teach an interdisciplinary course in Humanistic Studies. This course might take a more intensive look at materials from “Approaches to Western Culture” or offer an interdisciplinary approach to the fellow’s own area of expertise. The fellow will be called upon to lead or contribute to occasional activities designed to build a sense of community among undergraduates in the Humanistic Studies Program. The program offers local and international field trips, an undergraduate society, workshops, and other opportunities.
The fellowship program is open to
The proof of the Ph.D. is determined by the date on which all requirements for the degree, including the defense and filing of the dissertation, were fulfilled.
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The Princeton Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts is an advanced study/research program for scholars, especially from underrepresented backgrounds to undertake scholarship and teaching in the humanities and humanities-related social sciences.
Annually, the Society appoints 3 to 5 postdoctoral fellows for a three-year term in residence to pursue research and teach half-time in their academic host department.
The Fellowship aids appointed fellows to take on innovations that will improve the quality of their dissertations and prepare them for a career within academia or outside.
The deadline for submission of applications is August 4, 2020 (11:59 p.m. EST).
Applications are welcome from a diverse array of applicants, most importantly those from underrepresented backgrounds.
Applicants are selected based on
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