The School for Advanced Research Announces Its 2020-2021 Resident Fellows

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Type: 
Fellowship
Location: 
New Mexico, United States
Subject Fields: 
Anthropology, Communication, Ethnic History / Studies, Native American History / Studies

The School for Advanced Research is pleased to introduce its 2020-2021 resident scholar fellowship awardees.  They are:

  • Robert Caldwell, Assistant Professor, School of Arts and Sciences, Sowela Technical Community College
  • E. Gabriella Coleman, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies, McGill University
  • Alina Mendez, Assistant Professor, Department of American Ethnic Studies, University of Washington
  • Scott Ortman, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Colorado - Boulder
  • Stephen Sullivan, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, Northwestern University
  • Alanna Warner- Smith, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, Syracuse University

The scholars will be in residence at SAR in Santa Fe, New Mexico from September 1, 2020 to May 31, 2021.

For more information, please go to https://sarweb.org/scholars/resident/2020-2021/.

The School for Advanced Research is North America’s preeminent independent institution advancing creative thought and innovative work in social sciences and humanities and fostering the preservation and revitalization of Native American cultural heritage.

During its long and colorful history, the School for Advanced Research has reinvented itself several times. Originally founded in 1907 as a center for archaeological research in the Americas, SAR was revitalized in the early 1970s when it relocated to its present 15-acre campus on Santa Fe’s historic east side. Its advanced seminars and resident scholar program in anthropology and related social sciences achieved worldwide recognition, as did the quality of the Southwest Native American art collection housed in SAR’s Indian Arts Research Center. Beginning around 2010, SAR began to reinvent itself yet again. While maintaining its commitment to innovative social science, SAR has pioneered a radically participatory approach to the stewardship of its Native American art collection. It is also expanding and enhancing its educational mission in Santa Fe by offering lectures and salon discussions focused on issues of broad public concern, thus repositioning SAR as a center for creative thought in a region actively exploring new avenues of social and economic development.

Contact Info: 

Maria Spray

Scholar Programs Coordinator

School for Advanced Research

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