New Carnegie Fellowships Support Social Sciences and Humanities

April 22, 2015

They're not quite as lucrative as the MacArthur Foundation's so-called genius grants, but the Carnegie Corporation of New York today introduces a new program of fellowships -- worth as much as $200,000 each -- specifically designed to support scholars in the increasingly underappreciated humanities and social sciences. Thirty-two people -- 30 university faculty members and 2 journalists -- received the inaugural set of awards; more information about the grants and the winners can be found here.

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