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National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship Recipients


Alongside the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) was established in 1965 as an independent federal agency designed to promote excellence in the humanities and to encourage the public to take notice of humanistic endeavors. It is one of the largest benefactors of the humanities in the United States. Fellowships are awarded to individuals conducting advanced research that may be of value to scholars, the general public, or both. Fellowships support six to twelve months of continuous, full-time research, and recipients are expected to produce a project with cultural value that the NEH can make available to the largest possible audience.

Elinor AccampoProfessor of History
Marjorie BeckerAssociate Professor of History
Judith BennettJohn R. Hubbard Chair in British History and Professor of History
Bettine BirgeAssociate Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and History
Lisa BitelProfessor of History and Religion
Christopher BoehmProfessor of Biological Sciences
Leo BraudyUniversity Professor and Leo S. Bing Chair in English and American Literature and Professor of English and History
Vincent FarengaProfessor of Classics & Comparative Literature
Stephen FinlayAssociate Professor of Philosophy
Lawrence GreenProfessor of English
Karen HalttunenProfessor of History
Cynthia HerrupJohn R. Hubbard Chair in British History and Professor of History
Janet HoskinsProfessor of Anthropology and Religion
Heather JamesAssociate Professor of English and Comparative Literature
Saori KatadaAssociate Professor of International Relations
Paul KnollProfessor Emeritus of History
Dorinne KondoProfessor of Anthropology and American Studies and Ethnicity
Lon KurashigeAssociate Professor of History
Nancy LutkehausProfessor of Anthropology, Gender Studies and Political Science
Peter MancallAndrew W. Mellon Professor of the Humanities and Professor of History and Anthropology; Linda and Harlan Martens Director of the Early Modern Studies Institute
James MchughAssociate Professor of Religion
Tania ModleskiFlorence R. Scott Professor of English
A. Lloyd MooteEmeritus Professor of History
John PolliniProfessor of Art History and History
Margaret RosenthalProfessor of Italian, Comparative Literature and English
George SanchezProfessor of American Studies and Ethnicity and History
Hilary SchorProfessor of English, Comparative Literature, Gender Studies and Law
Bruce SmithDean's Professor of English and Professor of Theatre
Jacob SollProfessor of History and Accounting
David TreuerProfessor of English
James Van CleveProfessor of Philosophy
Kadri VihvelinAssociate Professor of Philosophy