The Institute for the Arts and Humanities is inviting applications for the 2022-2023 Faculty Fellows Program, now through September 30. The Faculty Fellowship Program provides on-campus, semester-long leaves for faculty members from the College of Arts & Sciences to pursue research and creative work that leads to publication, exhibition, composition, and performance.
The application includes:
- An online application
- A current curriculum vitae (Abbreviated to five pages, to be uploaded in the application in .docx or .pdf).
- A four-page project statement to be uploaded in the application (.docx or .pdf).
The Fellowship supports a weekly seminar at which up to 10 colleagues gather over a meal to discuss projects as well as broader topics of relevance to Carolina faculty. The Program Director—a faculty member and former Fellow—facilitates the weekly meetings.
The IAH will also award two additional fellowships dedicated specifically to faculty research, publication, support, education, and outreach on race, reckoning, and memory, each year from 2020-2023. The IAH Race, Memory, and Reckoning Initiative, which supports these fellowships, aims to contribute to a broader campus effort to place inclusion, diversity, equity, and historical accuracy at the top of the University’s agenda. Faculty may apply to either or both of the regular Fellows program and the Race, Memory, and Reckoning fellowships during this cycle.