"The Faculty Fellows Program made an enormous difference to me and my students this term. It helped me make clear to the students, using new materials and new approaches, some of the fundamental insights of the course ... The Faculty Fellow Program helped me transform the course and push it in rewarding and innovative directions."
Paja Faudree, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
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Enrich your teaching next year through the Haffenreffer Museum Faculty Fellows Program. Since 2013, this program has connected Brown University students and faculty with material culture from around the world.
Faculty from a dozen different departments have used the $500 in research funds and support from Museum staff to:
Learn about the Museum’s resources for faculty and students
Integrate object-based teaching and learning into existing courses through assignments
Design new courses with Museum-related themes or components
Develop research or curatorial term projects inspired by the Museum’s collections
Coordinate class visits the Culture Lab and/or Collections Research Center
Pursue other creative, object-based teaching projects
Any tenure-track Brown University faculty member is invited to apply: applications open during the Spring Semester. Program guidelines and more information can be found here.
Questions? Email [email protected].
Current Faculty Fellow (2019-2020)
Former Faculty Fellows
Assistant Professor of History
Assistant Professor of History and Environment and Society
Associate Professor of History
Assistant Professor of History of Art and Architecture
Assistant Professor of East Asian Studies
Associate Professor of English, Associate Professor of Africana Studies
Joukowsky Family Professor of Archaeology and Professor of Modern Greek Studies
Assistant Professor of American Studies