The W. E. B. Du Bois Institute Fellowship Program invites approximately twenty scholars to be in residence each year and reflects the interdisciplinary breadth of African and African American Studies. Established in 1975, the program supports the research of scholars at all stages of their careers, pre-doctoral, post-doctoral, midcareer, emeritus, and independent. Scholars come from all around the U.S., Africa, Europe, and Latin America to participate in a range of activities at the Du Bois Institute and the Harvard University campus, including a weekly fellows’ colloquium, fellows’ workshops, lectures, performances, and art openings.
For Application Instructions and Materials, see: http://dubois.fas.harvard.edu/application-process.
The Deadline is January 31 2013.
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