Primates in Antiquity is a one-day multidisciplinary symposium conceived to explore and interpret the iconography of monkeys and apes in antiquity.
The Leslie Center offers three annual fellowships of up to $1,000 to Dartmouth students. The fellowships support research or creative projects in the humanities, and projects that treat sources traditionally addressed by the humanities or that use methods developed in the humanities. Applicants are advised to consult the Center's Mission Statement. These fellowships are aimed to help students performing significant supervised research (on independent studies, honors theses, etc.); only in exceptional cases will students without faculty advisors receive fellowship support. Senior Fellows and recipients of other college fellowship awards are not eligible.
Two annual awards, of up to $500 each, support the professional development of students. These fellowships are intended to help students who participate in unpaid internships in humanities-related areas, or students who wish to attend scholarly meetings.
Applications must also include a letter of reference from a member of the faculty.
These fellowships are for enrolled students only. Applications are held to a rigorous standard. Students are urged to send the application to their advisor before submission.
November 1, February 1 and May 1
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