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HUMANITIES HONORS FELLOWS

The Center awards Hume Humanities Honors fellowships to eight seniors writing an honors thesis in one of Stanford’s humanities departments. Hume fellows receive a stipend for research project materials and a shared workspace at the Humanities Center, and participate in a variety of group activities throughout the year. In the stimulating scholarly environment provided by the Humanities Center, undergraduate fellows benefit from a year-long association as a cohort, while deepening their intellectual focus with inspiration and support from graduate student and faculty fellows in residence at the Humanities Center. This intensive intellectual interaction helps prepare them for graduate school or careers in which a humanistic background is an asset. FRONT ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Nick Burns, Oscar Lee, and Laura Feigen. BACK ROW LEFT TO RIGHT: Calvin Baker, Madeleine Ota, Abigail Schott-Rosenfield, Nicole Phillips, and Nathan Jae-Sun Large. Photo Courtesy of Kent Safford.

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