The Humanities Council welcomes 13 long-term visiting fellows and 12 short-term visiting fellows to Princeton University for the 2017-18 academic year. Distinguished writers, artists and scholars will teach courses ranging from acting Chekhov to a graduate-level seminar on the Pre-Socratics. Chairs of humanities departments along with interdisciplinary programs and committees under the Council’s umbrella jointly nominated scholars from around the world.
Long-term visiting fellows will teach one course during the fall or spring semester. Short-term visiting fellows traditionally participate in lectures, classes, colloquia and informal discussions for an intensive three- to five-day visit. Public lectures will be posted on the Council calendar.
For full details, see our Visiting Fellows page.