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Welcome to IASH

The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities was established in 2009 in order to support research, teaching, programming and topics relevant to the humanities. Learn more

IASH Publications

IASH Fellows use their time at IASH to develop their research. This research is presented at IASH and externally and leads to publications. Read More.

IASH Public Humanities: Call for Proposals

The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) is looking for faculty proposals for workshops, symposia, or seed research in the Public Humanities understood widely to include all areas of humanistic studies. Our preference is for multiyear (up to 3 years) proposals. We can fund several such proposals at $3,000 to $5,000 a year. Proposals should include (i) a project title, (ii) names, affiliations, and contact information for the proposing faculty, a brief (350-500 words) description of the project, expected activities, and a timeline. Please visit our Public Humanities page for more information.

IASH Doctoral Fellowships Applications

The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) is announcing its annual call for Doctoral Fellows applications. IASH Doctoral Fellowship are usually one semester long and offer a stipend, tuition, and benefits as well as a small research allowance. Please visit our Faculty Fellowships Page for more information. Deadline for applications is November, 2018.


IASH Events

The first IASH Fellow in the Speaker Series for FA18 is Hilary Becker from Classical and Near Eastern Studies presenting: "Commerce in Color" at noon Wednesday, September 5, in LN 1106, the IASH Conference Room.

For more detailed overview of Upcoming IASH Events for Fall 2018, please visit our events page.

Last Updated: 8/2/18