2024-25 Faculty Fellows selected

2024-25 Faculty Fellows selected

The Center for the Humanities in Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis has named its 2024–25 cohort of Faculty Fellows. Six faculty members from the humanities and humanistic social sciences will join the center for a semester-long residential fellowship. One of the cohort will be a First Book Fellow, which provides extra workshopping time with external and internal readers to help prepare a first monograph for submission to a publisher.

2024–25 Faculty Fellows. Top row: fall 2024 cohort; bottom row: spring 2025 cohort

The members of the cohort are as follows:

Fall 2024

  • Jianqing Chen, Assistant Professor, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Program in Film and Media Studies
  • Christopher Eng, Assistant Professor, Department of English and Performing Arts Department (Affiliate)*
  • Tabea Linhard, Professor of Spanish, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures; Professor, Program in Comparative Literature; Director and Professor, Program in Global Studies
  • Uluğ Kuzuoğlu, Assistant Professor, Department of History*

Spring 2025

  • Becko Copenhaver, Professor of Philosophy and Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology, Department of Philosophy
  • Lynne Tatlock, the Hortense and Tobias Lewin Distinguished Professor in the Humanities; Chair, Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures; Director, Program in Comparative Literature
  • Corinna Treitel, Professor and Chair, Department of History; Professor, Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (Affiliate)

Faculty Fellows receive the workspace, resources and intellectual exchange needed to make significant progress on their research projects and books in progress. Follow this link to learn more about past fellows and their projects.

Christopher Eng

* Update, 3/18/24: The Center for the Humanities is thrilled to welcome Christopher Eng to the 2024–25 Faculty Fellow cohort, after Uluğ Kuzuoğlu had to decline his fellowship. Eng will join the center in fall 2024.