Announcing 2020-21 Faculty Fellow Cohort

Please join us in congratulating the cohort of Faculty Fellows in the Center for the Humanities for the academic year 2020–21. A total of six scholars will take up residence in the center during the course of the fall and spring semesters. Find their names and project titles below, and follow the link to find out more about these fascinating projects.

More: Current and Past Faculty Fellows

FALL 2020
Patrick Burke (Music)
“Sounding the Seven Seas: Norwegian Ships and ‘World Music’ at the Margins of Empire, 1850-1950”
Colin Burnett (Film & Media Studies)
“Serial Bonds: The Multimedia Life of 007”
Alan Hazlett (Philosophy)
“The Wages of Authenticity”
Nicola Aravecchia (Art History & Archaeology, Classics)
“Early Christianity in Egypt’s Western Desert: The Fourth-Century Church at Amheida”
Zoe Stamatopoulou (Classics)
“Plutarch’s ‘Symposium of the Seven Sages’: A Commentary and a Translation”
Rhaisa Williams (Performing Arts)
First Book Fellowship
“Mama, Don’t You Weep: Grief, Motherhood, and Blackness”