The Center hosts visiting fellows who have secured funding from outside sources and seek a congenial environment where they can work on scholarly and public projects related to public humanities. The Center is able to provide visiting fellows with desk space, access to library resources, and other support to facilitate their work. Inquiries about the visiting fellows program should be directed to the Center’s associate director, Anne Valk. Previous fellows include:
Recent Visiting Fellows:
Sunila Galappatti (Fulbright Fellow, Sri Lanka), Fall 2012: "Finding Room for Memory"
Yauheniya "Evgeniya" Krasnova (Carnegie Fellow, Belarus), Fall 2012: "International Communication Strategies, Collaboration and Possibilty for Modern Museums"
Bethan Coupland (Economic and Social Research Council (UK) Fellowship), Spring 2012: "Public History: Mining Heritage Sites in Cornwall and Wales"