National Humanities Center Fellowship 2022-2023

Scholars interested in advanced humanities research, regardless of citizenship or national origin, are encouraged to apply for fellowships at the National Humanities Center. Please read this article to learn all the specifics about this program, including the eligibility criteria, prerequisites, application deadline, and more, in order to be eligible to apply. In the following table, we’ll offer you a quick rundown of what to expect.

Description Of The Scholarship

Many scholars from different nations join the Center’s fellowship program each year, adding richness and diversity to the program’s intellectual atmosphere.

Candidates from outside the United States must meet all eligibility rules, as described on the competition homepage, and should review our Frequently Asked Questions for more information on this.

Foreign fellowship recipients receive assistance in locating accommodation, arranging local transportation, and choosing schools to help them transition. Fellowship and family members living with the Fellow in North Carolina are reimbursed for round-trip travel expenses to NHC.

Awards vary in value depending upon the Fellow’s financial situation and Center’s ability to accommodate those needs. A half-pay of up to $65,000 will be provided by The Center in exchange for a contribution from the Fellow’s home institution towards the remaining salary.

Fellows’ stipends are set on a case-by-case basis, based on their specific needs and the Center’s ability to satisfy those needs. Center endowment, private foundation grants, contributions from alumni and friends, and the National Endowment for the Humanities all contribute to the Center’s funding of fellowships.

Accordingly, the Center will pay half of the Fellow’s salary, up to a maximum of $65,000, with the expectation that his or her home institution will cover the remainder of the compensation.

Eligibility Criteria:

Requirements for eligibility include a doctorate in the humanities or a related field of study. Students who are in their mid- or late-career are especially encouraged to apply. Students who have a strong record of peer-reviewed work are also encouraged to submit their applications. Doctoral dissertation revision is not supported by the Center.

While the Center welcomes researchers from all fields of humanities and social sciences, it also welcomes individuals from other fields of study who are interested in humanistic endeavors. Check out the Sponsor’s website for further information about eligibility.

Procedure for submitting an application.

Applicants for the academic year 2022–23 must submit their applications by October 7, 2021. In order to apply for a fellowship, you must fill out an online application and provide the necessary files:

  • Proposal of a project of 1,000 words
  • a brief list of references (up to 2 pages)
  • CV (up to 4 pages)
  • A one-page outline of the project’s structure (if the project is a book, provide an outline of chapters; otherwise, give an outline of the components of the project and their progress to date)
  • The third set of references will also be requested from the applicants, including their names and contact information. Candidates’ references will be invited to upload a letter of recommendation through email. By the end of 2021, all letters must be received by October 7. 


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