The Center for the Humanities, established at Oregon State University in 1984, is an interdisciplinary research center that grants Fellowships to visiting U.S. and international scholars as well as faculty from OSU. The resident research Fellowships, awarded for one to three terms, provide a stipend as well as a comfortable office, computer, and support services. In addition to the Fellowship program, the Center supports humanities research and teaching through the sponsoring of conferences, seminars, lecture series, and other events.
Scholars not currently employed by OSU who have completed doctorates in the past five years are eligible for the fellowship in the history and philosophy of science.
Fellowships come with a stipend of $45,000. Postdoctoral fellows will be in residence for nine months at the Center along with other fellows in a variety of humanities disciplines. Applications are welcome from all fields of the history of science, including medicine and technology, as well as the philosophy of science and intellectual history.
Center for the Humanities
and the Public Sphere
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
200 Walker Hall
P.O. Box 118030
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611