The Wolf Humanities Center offers fellowships each year to standing faculty at Penn in the humanities and allied departments. The fellowships are for research that relates to the Center's theme for the year in which the award is granted.
Two types of awards are available: $5000 research fund stipends for junior faculty (assistant professors), and up to $10,000 for senior faculty, payable to departments for one course offset.
Fellows are required to attend the Wolf Humanities Center's weekly Mellon seminars (Tuesdays, noon–1:50p)* and present their research at one of the sessions during the year. In addition to Penn faculty, seminar members include Mellon Postdoctoral Fellows, regional faculty, the Center's director and topic director, and others.
Call for Applications, 2017–2018
Application deadline: March 20, 2017 CLOSED
Applications are being accepted for research on the topic of Afterlives, the Center's topic for 2017–18. To apply, please submit the following information as a single PDF document, and name it: your Last name_First initial.pdf (Franklin_B.pdf):
- Your name, title, and department
- Project Title
- Project Abstract (125 words maximum)
- Project Proposal (approx. 1000 words)
- Up-to-date c.v.