The Stanford Humanities Center is pleased to announce the appointment of 33 fellows for the upcoming academic year 2021–22.
The new cohort will work on projects with such topics as the daily life of caste in India, comics in movement, religious reform in sixteenth-century Florence, feminism in robotic technology, migrant life in Chile, and more. In addition to pursuing individual research, each fellow will contribute to the Stanford community through their participation in workshops, lectures, and other events.
VPGE serves the entire graduate student community across all seven schools, including the School of Humanities and Sciences.
Newly appointed Humanities Center Fellow include, JG Amato, a 2016 EDGE Fellow, and Radhika Koul, a 2020 SGF Fellow.