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An Invitation to Study the Humanities

The Humanities Sequence is now offering Humanities 2: The Modern Labyrinth. This is the second course in an interdisciplinary, two-term sequence engaging with texts that have influenced cultures across the world from antiquity to the present day. The team-taught courses feature professors from various departments and material from across historical periods, national traditions and genres.

Further information on the humanities sequence and how to apply is available HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Student Funding Opportunities

The Leslie Center offers to two kinds of funding to Dartmouth students pursuing research and career opportunities in the humanities: Student Research Fellowships and Student Professional Development Fellowships.

Student Research Fellowships offer up to $1,000 for faculty-supervised research or creative projects in the humanities.

Student Professional Development Fellowships offer up to $1,000 for participation in unpaid internships or attendance at scholarly meetings.

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Faculty Project Funding

The Leslie Center awards fellowships to full- or part-time faculty of any rank, undergraduate students, and graduate students to support distinguished research or creative projects.

Explore funding opportunites HERE.