Humanities Unbounded Visiting Faculty Fellowships

Beginning in 2011, Duke has offered fellowships for faculty from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Liberal Arts Colleges. Through Humanities Writ Large we brought 27 faculty to campus for year-long, or semester-long, engagements. Under Humanities Unbounded we have brought another 11 faculty for a residential year and a second year of supplemental funding to assist the fellows in bringing new approaches to teaching and scholarship to their home institutions and to maintain their collaborations with Duke partners. The Fellowships have underscored the role of the humanities as an engine for knowledge production.

Also See Humanities Unbounded/Durham Tech Pedagogy Program

Visiting Faculty Fellows (2021-2022)

  • Frank and Roberta Furbush Scholar in German Studies – Grinnell College
  • Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity – Howard University School of Divinity
  • Assistant Professor of Philosophy – John Jay College of Criminal Justice \ The City University of New York
  • Professor of English – North Carolina Central University

Visiting Faculty Fellows (2020-2021)

  • Professor of Musicology – North Carolina Central University
  • Assistant Professor, Department of History, Politics, and Social Justice – Winston-Salem State University
  • Assistant Professor of English – St. Augustine's University

Visiting Faculty Fellows (2019-2020)

  • Assistant Professor of African American Studies – Wesleyan University
  • Associate Professor of English Composition and Rhetoric – North Carolina Central University
  • Associate Professor of Theater and Dance – Grinnell College
  • Associate Professor of Spanish, Department of English and Foreign Languages – Oakwood University