Energize scholarship with experiential projects and community partners
The Center for Public Humanities Fellows program encourages Messiah College students and faculty to focus their scholarship and reflection on compelling public humanities projects and topics beyond the classroom. Composed of students and faculty who have distinguished themselves through academic, service and leadership excellence, the Fellows participate in collaborative, interdisciplinary projects that connect the School of the Humanities to community partners in Harrisburg. Fellows also contribute to the ongoing conversations and work of the Center for Public Humanities.
The Center for Public Humanities Fellows program is made possible, in part, by the generosity of Dr. Darrel Bigham, a Messiah College alumnus and professor emeritus of history at Southern Indiana University and a member of the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission.