See organizers’ website for details and application.
The Global Urban Humanities 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 architecture, landscape architecture, urban design, and urban planning. Candidates from a wide range of departments are encouraged to apply. The Fellowship program is part of the broader Global Urban Humanities Initiative (GUH), which is funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
GUH Fellowships are awarded to PhD students who will have advanced to candidacy by Spring 2020.
GUH Graduate Student Fellows receive up to $21,000 in a stipend, which may be used to cover fees and other expenses.