Dr. Martha Kelly named 2022-23 National Humanities Center Fellow
Along with 32 other global scholars, the National Humanities Center has appointed Associate Professor of Russian Martha Kelly as a Fellow for the upcoming academic year. Dr. Kelly has earned the opportunity to complete her book project entitled, How to be a Russian Icon: The Post-Soviet Public Life of Poet Olga Sedakova and is the sole recipient of a Trustee's Fellowship.
From the Center's website:
The National Humanities Center is the world’s only independent institute dedicated exclusively to advanced study in all areas of the humanities. Through its residential fellowship program, the Center provides scholars with the resources necessary to generate new knowledge and to further understanding of all forms of cultural expression, social interaction, and human thought.
We congratulate Dr. Kelly for this tremendous achievement and wish her continued success!