Global Urban Humanities Initiative has partnered with the Townsend Center for the Humanities to offer fellowships for faculty and graduate students at UC Berkeley support research on cities that engages methods from arts and humanities, design disciplines, and social sciences. Please note that fellowships are offered in the Spring term and applications are due in the Fall term 2 years prior to the fellowship.
global urban humanities - townsend fellowships for graduate students
The Global Urban Humanities-Townsend Fellowships for faculty and graduate students at UC Berkeley support research on contemporary and historical cities that engages approaches from the arts and humanities and the humanistic social sciences and from the disciplines of of architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, and urban planning. Candidates from a wide range of departments are encouraged to apply. Applications for Spring 2020 will be available in Fall 2018. More
global urban humanities - townsend fellowships for faculty
The purpose of the Fellowship is both to further the research of the individual recipients and to enable faculty and graduate students to meet and work with colleagues in other disciplines and departments. In weekly meetings participants will explore methodological and theoretical questions with the aim of advancing the emerging field of Urban Humanities. Applications for Spring 2020 will be available in Fall 2018. More
To learn more about the Graduate Certificate Program, visit the Graduate Certificate Program page.