Brown Faculty Practitioner Fellows

The application cycle for Spring 2023 has closed. Applications for the Spring 2024 cycle will be posted here when they are available. We invite you to read the terms of the fellowship, outlined below.

CSREA invites artists, media makers, and writers internal to Brown University (tenured and other long-term faculty) whose work focuses on race, ethnicity, and/or indigeneity in the United States and work that connects the U.S. to related transnational contexts, to apply to be a Brown Faculty Practitioner Fellow. Applicants should be pursuing creative or nonfiction projects that are primarily non-academic in nature. To workshop scholarly works, please see the application for Brown Faculty Fellows.

  • This is a virtual fellowship, convened primarily over Zoom, with select opportunities to gather in person.
  • Awardees will receive a $2,500 stipend for a semester-long fellowship and have access to up to $1,000 in research/project funds.
  • Attendance at the virtual Practitioner Fellows Workshop (number of sessions to be determined) is required.
  • Participation at an in-person Practitioner Fellows Capstone where participants will present their work is required.
  • Fellows are expected to participate in virtual social community-building activities sponsored by the Center (e.g. lectures, events, etc.)

Terms of this program may be subject to change.


For Brown University faculty of all ranks working on issues of race, ethnicity, and/or indigeneity in the U.S. and in the Americas or in related transnational contexts, who are pursuing creative and nonfiction projects that are non-academic in nature. 

Applicants must:

  • Be a member of the regular faculty at Brown University
  • Have the support of their Department Chair for the fellowship


Applicants must complete the application form to be fully considered. Applications will be reviewed by the CSREA Faculty Advisory Board (FAB). Other relevant faculty within or external to Brown may be consulted at the discretion of the FAB. 

Questions? Please contact CSREA Program Coordinator, Maggie Murphy.