Behrman Faculty Fellows

Marshall Brown is an Associate Professor of Architecture. Photo: Molly Hayes

Princeton faculty promoted to tenure in the humanities are invited to spend two years as Behrman Fellows. The program is designed to recognize exceptional humanists as they enter the ranks of the senior faculty and to provide a forum for conversation and collaboration across disciplines. Fellows receive summer support and come together monthly for lunch-time seminars.

Behrman Fellows for 2019-20
  • Emmanuel Bourbouhakis, Classics
  • Marshall Brown, Architecture
  • Karen Emmerich, Comparative Literature
  • Katja Guenther, History
  • Javier Guerrero, Spanish and Portuguese
  • Brian Herrera, Lewis Center for the Arts
  • Paize Keulemans, East Asian Studies
  • Joshua Kotin, English
  • Christina Lee, Spanish and Portuguese
  • Rosina Lozano, History
  • Moulie Vidas, Religion
  • Christy Wampole, French and Italian
  • Wendy Warren, History
Behrman Fellows for 2018-19
  • Lucia Allais, Architecture
  • Nathan Arrington, Art and Archaeology
  • Emmanuel Bourbouhakis, Classics
  • Marshall Brown, Architecture
  • Donnacha Dennehy, Music
  • Karen Emmerich, Comparative Literature
  • Javier Guerrero, Spanish and Portuguese
  • Brian Herrera, Lewis Center for the Arts
  • Paize Keulemans, East Asian Studies
  • Joshua Kotin, English
  • Federico Marcon, East Asian Studies
  • Michael Meredith, Architecture
  • Yair Mintzker, History
  • Moulie Vidas, Religion
  • Wendy Warren, History

Past fellows

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