Notre Dame Leads the Nation in NEH Fellowships

more than any other university since 1999

 

NEH celebration May 2016

With support from the Institute for Scholarship in the Liberal Arts, Notre Dame faculty have won 57 National Endowment for the Humanities fellowships since 1999, more than any other university in the country. Many of those winners gathered at a special reception in May 2016 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the NEH. 

Thank you to the NEH for supporting scholarly research, including Notre Dame's extensive work on the Dead Sea Scrolls, a project featured on the NEH 50th Anniversary website

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ISLA congratulates NEH on this important milestone and salutes Notre Dame’s many NEH winners from the College of Arts and Letters:

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Joseph Amar
Classics        

Karl P. Ameriks
Philosophy

Julie E. Arnott
Hesburgh Libraries

Ann Astell
Theology

Sotirios A.Barber
Political Science

Susan D. Blum
Anthropology

Tobias Boes
German and Russian Languages and Literatures

Maureen Boulton
Romance Languages and Literatures

Calvin Bower
Music

Jacqueline Brogan
English

Terry Brogan
English

Michael C. Brownstein
East Asian Languages and Cultures

Gerald L. Bruns
English

Joseph A. Buttigieg
English

Theodore J. Cachey Jr.
Romance Languages and Literatures

John C. Cavadini
Theology

Meredith S. Chesson
Anthropology

Paul Cobb
History

John Collins
Theology

Olivia Remie Constable
History

Donald Crafton
Film, Television, and Theatre

Kathleen Sprows Cummings
American Studies

James Cushing
Philosophy

Mary R. D'Angelo
Theology

Angel Delgado-Gomez
Romance Languages and Literatures

JoAnn Della Neva
Romance Languages and Literatures

Michael Detlefsen
Philosophy

Margaret Doody
English

Julia Viglione Douthwaite
Romance Languages and Literatures

Gregory E. Dowd
History

John M. Duffy
English

Stephen D. Dumont
Philosophy

Kent Emery Jr.
Program of Liberal Studies

Edward English
Medieval Institute

Stephen Michael Fallon
Program of Liberal Studies

J. Massyngbaerde Ford
Theology

Christopher Fox
English

Mary Elizabeth Frandsen
Music

Alfred Joseph Freddoso
Philosophy

Stephen Fredman
English

Meredith Gill
Art, Art History, and Design

Alyssa W. Gillespie
German and Russian Languages and Literatures

Bernd Goehring
Program of Liberal Studies

Edmund Goehring
Program of Liberal Studies

Robert D. Goulding
Program of Liberal Studies

Karen Graubart
History

Paul John Griffiths
Theology

Li Guo
Classics

Sandra Marie Gustafson
English

Anastasia Gutting
College Seminar

Gary M. Gutting
Philosophy

Jan Luder Hagens
German and Russian Languages and Literatures

Ethan Haimo
Music

Thomas Hall
English

Gary Hamburg
History

Kevin J. Hart
English

Nathan Hatch
Dean’s Office

Paula Higgins
Music

Daniel Hobbins
History

Kristine Ibsen
Romance Languages and Literatures

Ivan Jaksic
History

Peter Jeffery
Music

Carlos Jerez-Farran
Romance Languages and Literatures

Mark Jordan
Medieval Institute

Sophia Jordan
Hesburgh Libraries/Medieval Institute

Encarnacion Juarez-Almendros
Romance Languages and Literatures

Kathryn Elizabeth Kerby-Fulton
English

Mary Keys
Political Science

Gyula Klima
Philosophy

Edward Kline
English

Donald P. Kommers
Political Science

Theresa Marie Krier
English

Thomas A. Kselman
History

Gregory Peter Kucich
English

Ian Kuijt
Anthropology

Albert LeMay
English

Semion Lyandres
History

Alasdair MacIntyre
Philosophy

Mary Ann Mahony
History

Timothy Matovina
Theology

Vaughn McKim
Philosophy

Ernan McMullin
Philosophy

Martha Merritt
Government and International Studies

Margaret H. Meserve
History

Mark Meyerson
History

Christian R. Moevs
Romance Languages and Literatures

Thomas Morris
Philosophy

Amy Mulligan
Irish Language and Literature

Samuel Newlands
Philosophy

Walter J. Nicgorski
Program of Liberal Studies

Thomas F.X. Noble
History

Mark Noll
History

Sharon O’Brien
Government and International Studies

Katherine O. O’Keeffe
English

Catherine Perry
Romance Languages and Literatures

Alvin Plantinga
Philosophy

Linda Przybyszewski
History

Kathy Psomiades
English

Gabriel Said Reynolds
Theology

Robin Francis Rhodes
Art, Art History, and Design

Jason Ruiz
American Studies

Leah Rutchick
Art, Art History, and Design

Kenneth Sayre
Philosophy

Thomas J. Schlereth
American Studies

Roger Skurski
Economics

Christian Smith
Sociology

Janet Smith
Program of Liberal Studies

Mary Smyth
English

David Solomon
Philosophy

Deborah Tor
History

James C. Turner
History

Eugene Ulrich
Theology

J. Samuel Valenzuela
Sociology

John H. Van Engen
History/Medieval Institute

James Claire VanderKam
Theology

Laura Dassow Walls
English

James Robert Wegs
History

Paul Jude Weithman
Philosophy

John P. Welle
Romance Languages and Literatures

Sophie K. White
American Studies

Frederick Wright
Africana Studies

Xiaoshan Yang
East Asian Languages and Cultures

Susan Lee Youens
Music

Robin Young
Theology

Krzysztof Ziarek
English

Catherine Heldt Zuckert
Political Science

Michael P. Zuckert
Political Science