Mellon Fellowships in the Digital Humanities
In 2013, the University of Rochester received a one million dollar grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation aimed at promoting the development of the digital humanities. The grant funds a graduate fellowship program that trains humanities students to integrate digital technologies into innovative research programs.
The graduate fellowship provides two years of support to select PhD students from among the departments of English, visual and cultural studies, history, and philosophy. For more information about the Mellon program, click here. Questions may also be directed to program director Morris Eaves (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The 2017-2019 Andrew W. Mellon Fellows in the Digital Humanities have been announced!
We are pleased to welcome the following individuals into the program:
- Helen Davies, English
- James Rankine, History
- Oishani Sengupta, English
- Julia Tulke, Visual and Cultural Studies