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Humanities Center Fellowship Programs

​​​The DePaul Humanities Center is pleased to announce our 2020-2022 Faculty Fellows:

  • Steve Harp              

    Steve Harp

    • Art, Media, and Design
      "Negation/Against"
  • Sean Kirkland              

    Sean D. Kirkland

    • Philosophy
      "Nietzsche's Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks: The Present Against the Past, Nature Against Itself"
  • Lourdes Torres              

    Lourdes Torres

    • Latin American and Latino Studies
      "Against Spanish! Resisting Linguistic Violence Through Community Accountability"

The DePaul Humanities Center is pleased to announce our 2019-2020 Visiting Fellow:

Ben Almassi

Ben Almassi

Associate Professor of Philosophy
Affiliate Professor of Gender & Sexuality Studies
Governors State University


Ben teaches environmental ethics, medical ethics, interdisciplinary ethics, political theory, feminist theory, epistemology, and philosophy of religion among other courses at Governors State University. His recent publications include "Climate Change and the Need for Intergenerational Reparative Justice" in Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics (2017) and "Epistemic Injustice and its Amelioration" in Social Philosophy Today (2018). As a DHC Visiting Fellow, Ben will be working on a project entitled, "Restorative Environmental Justice in Theory and Practice." He lives in Chicago with his partner Negin, a naturalist for the Forest Preserve District of Cook County, and their daughter Zeydi.


​Internal Faculty Fellowships: DePaul Faculty Fellows

  • Applications for our 2020-2020 Faculty Fellows are closed.
  • Applications for our 2021-2023 Faculty Fellows on the theme, "Write/Right," will be open by September 1st, 2020, but may be available earlier.
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External Faculty Fellowships: Visiting Fellows

  • Applications for our 2020-2021 Vising Humanities Fellows are now being accepted and are due by January 24th, 2020.
  • Applications for our 2021-2022 Visiting Humanities Fellows will open by September 1st, 2020, but may be available earlier.
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