The Davis Center's Fellows Program brings together scholars at early and later stages in their careers to consider a common theme spanning the social sciences and humanities. Each year, a team of faculty affiliates coordinates this theme and leads a regular interdisciplinary seminar series in which Fellows participate in addition to pursuing their own research.
The 2015–2016 fellows have arrived. Learn more about the scholars and their projects here.
The application period for 2016–2017 fellowships runs from October 1, 2015–January 7, 2016. The application can be accessed here. The Program will be coordinated by Professors Rawi Abdelal (Business School) and Justin Weir (Slavic Languages and Literatures). The theme of the program is "Ideas, Ideologies, and Power: Eurasia Past and Present."
Since 2011, the Fellows Program has brought together scholars to focus on a particular theme each year. Learn more about our past, current, and future program themes here.