National Humanities Center

The National Humanities Center is the only major independent American institute for advanced study in all fields of the humanities. Privately incorporated and governed by a distinguished board of trustees from academic, professional, and public life, the Center was planned under the auspices of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and began operation in 1978. It provides a national focus for the best work in the liberal arts, drawing attention to the enduring value of ancient and modern history, language and literature, ethical and moral reflection, artistic and cultural traditions, and critical thought in every area of humanistic investigation. By encouraging excellence in scholarship, the Center seeks to insure the continuing strength of the liberal arts and to affirm the importance of the humanities in American life.

For more information: https://nationalhumanitiescenter.org

Faculty Year
Joni Adamson
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Fellowship
2018
Agn├Ęs Kefeli Clay
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Fellowship
2019
Mark Cruse
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Fellowship
2017
Rita Dove
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Former
Received while at ASU
1988
Monica Green
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Fellowship
Retired
1996
Hilde Hoogenboom
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Fellowship
2000
Keith Miller
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
John Hope Franklin Fellowship and the William C. and Ida Friday Fellowship
Emeritus
2020
Richard Newhauser
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Fellowship
1999
Stephen Pyne
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Fellowship
Emeritus
2002
Stephen Pyne
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Fellowship
Emeritus
1979
Shahla Talebi
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Fellowship
2017
Michael White
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Fellowship
1988