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Long-Term and Short-Term Fellows Nomination Form (2019-20)
Council of the Humanities

Nominations are due by Tuesday, October 9, 2018. A second round of nominations only for short-term fellows will be considered in the spring, and must be submitted by Monday, April 1, 2019.

Email address *
This form has been submitted by *
Nominating Department *
Co-Nominating Program/Committee (if applicable)
Nominee's Last Name *
Nominee's First Name *
Title of Nominee *
Nominee's Rank of Professorship *
Institutional Affiliation *
Nominee's Address (include Country) *
Nominee's Telephone *
Nominee's Email *
1. Short-Term Fellows normally spend an intensive 2-3 days in residence.

2. Long-Term Fellows in Residence take an unpaid leave from their home institutions and relocate to Princeton for a semester to teach (or co-teach with a current faculty member) one course. Fellows have first choice on renting furnished units in Lawrence apartments. We typically do not invite academics who live within commuting distance (eg, NJ, NYC, Philadelphia) to come as Long-Term Fellows in residence but instead offer commuting fellowships (see below).

3. Commuting, Long-Term Fellows come to Princeton one day a week to teach (or team-teach) a course. They receive lodgings at the Nassau Inn or Palmer House on nights when they wish to stay over. Fellows from nearby are nominated for this format.
Select Type of Fellowship *
If this candidate is working in religious studies and a potential nominee for the Stewart Fellowship in Religion, please select "Yes", and elaborate on this aspect of the scholarship/teaching in the Chair's letter?
Name of faculty member who has agreed to host this visit by organizing a public lecture, informal talks, and lunches, dinners, and other activities: *
Name of Department Manager overseeing the visit: *
Proposed Semester of visit, if known:
For Long-Term Fellows only: General topic of course to be offered (and indicate graduate or undergraduate)
Upload all documents as one PDF file, in order.
1. Attach Cover Letter indicating:
- the intellectual vitality and stature of the candidate;
- the teaching qualifications and experience of the candidate;
- the topic of the course that Fellow will teach or co-teach (graduate or undergraduate and anticipated enrollment size);
- specific benefits of the visit to your program and to the wider community;
- whether candidate will have emeritus status in 2018-19;
- semester of visit, fall or spring (if known);
- and previous visits to Princeton

2. Attach Nominee's CV

3. An endorsement from the Chair

4. (optional) Additional letters of support from colleagues and from other departments or programs

Upload Nominee's Dossier *
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