Philosophers Among New National Humanities Center Fellows

The National Humanities Center has announced the names of 37 scholars who will be its 2019-2020 residential fellows, and there are two philosophers among them.

They are

  • Mary Katrina Krizan (University of Wisconsin-La Crosse), who will be working on Aristotle’s Material Elements (Philip L. Quinn Fellowship)


  • Yolonda Y. Wilson (Howard University), who will be working on Black Death: Racial Justice, Priority-Setting, and Care at the End of Life (Mellon-HBCU Fellowship)

Mary Krizan and Yolanda Wilson

Located in North Carolina, the National Humanities Center is a private, nonprofit organization “dedicated exclusively to advanced study in all areas of the humanities.” You can read about the fellowship’s perks here, and see the complete list of new fellows here.

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