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The National Humanities Center is an independent institute in the United states dedicated to the advanced study in all fields of the humanities. The Center annually awards fellowships to forty scholars from around the globe to pursue their own research and writing. The most common product of the fellowship is a written publication by the fellow.[1].

Recipients from the College of William and Mary

1978-1979 Fiering, Norman S. (Department of History)

2001-2002 Blank, Paula Carin (Department of English)

2003-2004 Weiss, Brad L. (Department of Anthropology)

2006-2007 Taylor, Talbot Jones (Department of English)

2009-2010 Preston, Katherine K. (Department of Music)

2011-2012 Webster, Susan V. (Department of Art and Art History; American Studies Program)


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