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Humanities Center welcomes new fellows

2020-22 DHC fellows
Left to right: Steve Harp, Sean D. Kirkland and Lourdes Torres are the 2020-22 DePaul Humanities Center fellows.

​Earlier this quarter, the DePaul Humanities center welcomed three 2020-22 faculty fellows. These fellows will serve for two academic years researching their respective topics. Congratulations to this cycle’s fellows.

Steve Harp, Department of Art, Media and Design | “Negation/Against”

Sean D. Kirkland, Department of Philosophy | “Nietzsche’s ‘Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks:’ The Present Against the Past, Nature Against Itself”

Lourdes Torres, Department of Latin American and Latino Studies | “Against Spanish! Resisting Linguistic Violence through Community Accountability”

The Humanities Center Fellows Program is designed to support the development, communication and intersection of arts and humanities research at DePaul. The program aims to foster intellectual exchange both on and beyond campus.

Applications for the 2021-23 cycle, themed “Write/Right,” will open by Sept. 1. All full-time tenured or tenure-track faculty pursuing research in the arts and humanities are welcome to apply. More information is available on the DHC website.