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BECHS-Africa Fellowship brings African scholars to WashU

BECHS-Africa Fellowship brings African scholars to WashU

Center for the Humanities names 2022-23 Faculty Fellows

Center for the Humanities names 2022-23 Faculty Fellows

Applying for an external grant or fellowship? Read this first.

Applying for an external grant or fellowship? Read this first.

Ena Selimović wins ACLS Emerging Voices Fellowship

Ena Selimović wins ACLS Emerging Voices Fellowship

Announcing the Class of 2023 Kling Fellows

Announcing the Class of 2023 Kling Fellows

Seed money for the grassroots: The Divided City initiative’s community-led projects

Seed money for the grassroots: The Divided City initiative’s community-led projects

Center for the Humanities names 2021-22 Faculty Fellows

Center for the Humanities names 2021-22 Faculty Fellows

Nominations sought for WashU International Humanities Prize

Nominations sought for WashU International Humanities Prize

2020 International Humanities Prize event canceled

2020 International Humanities Prize event canceled

Life/Lines in Challenging Times

Life/Lines in Challenging Times

Daphne A. Brooks and the History of Black Women’s ‘Radical Musicianship’

Daphne A. Brooks and the History of Black Women’s ‘Radical Musicianship’

Announcing 2020-21 Faculty Fellow Cohort

Announcing 2020-21 Faculty Fellow Cohort

On Borders and Unnatural ‘Natural’ Deaths

On Borders and Unnatural ‘Natural’ Deaths

On Translating Beckett’s Minimalism

On Translating Beckett’s Minimalism

Fall 2019 RDE Fall Retreat registration deadline is Fri., Aug. 30

Fall 2019 RDE Fall Retreat registration deadline is Fri., Aug. 30

Sign up for the Scholarly Writing Retreat, May 21-31

Sign up for the Scholarly Writing Retreat, May 21-31

Congratulations to ACLS Fellowship winner Joanna Dee Das!

Congratulations to ACLS Fellowship winner Joanna Dee Das!

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Film Study: Film Exhibition

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Film Study: Film Exhibition

Afro-Surrealism: What Black Is and Can Be

Afro-Surrealism: What Black Is and Can Be

Routine Maintenance: Caroline Levine on the Forms That Sustain

Routine Maintenance: Caroline Levine on the Forms That Sustain

Check it out: Kling Fellowship information session, Feb. 5

Check it out: Kling Fellowship information session, Feb. 5

Living With Others

Living With Others

Congratulations to Thomas Keeline (Classics) and Leigh Schmidt (Religion & Politics) on their new NEH Fellowship awards

Congratulations to Thomas Keeline (Classics) and Leigh Schmidt (Religion & Politics) on their new NEH Fellowship awards

The Divided City 2022 wins $1 million grant

The Divided City 2022 wins $1 million grant

Tribute to International Writers Center Founder William Gass

Tribute to International Writers Center Founder William Gass

Commemorating the East St. Louis Race Riots

Commemorating the East St. Louis Race Riots

‘Divided City’ project to examine segregation from variety of perspectives

‘Divided City’ project to examine segregation from variety of perspectives