Three Faculty Awarded Guggenheim Fellowships
"These three writers, scholars, and teachers exemplify a fundamental strength of the liberal arts —combining rigorous inquiry with creative expression to help us see the world with new eyes," says President Philip J. Hanlon '77 of professors Joshua Bennett, Alexander Chee, and Tarek El-Ariss.

Dartmouth In The News

  • George Floyd's Death Did Not Spark a Racial Reckoning

    CNN

    In a story on the trial for the killing of George Floyd, Dartmouth's Matthew Delmont says "the sign that change is real as opposed to symbolic is that people are making real changes to things close to them in their own backyards."

  • Media Infrastructure Is and Has Always Been a Matter of Life and Death

    Social Science Research Council

    In an article, Dartmouth’s Jacqueline Wernimont examines public health communications efforts related to COVID-19 and shares observations and lessons learned from her study of digital and telephone resources throughout the United States.

  • Joshua Bennett, Poetry and Nonfiction

    The Paris Review

    Excerpts from an essay and a poem by Dartmouth's Joshua Bennett, who recently won a Guggenheim fellowship and a Whiting Award, are featured by the magazine. His next book of creative nonfiction is forthcoming from Knopf, notes the magazine.

  • Here Are the Universities With the Most 2021 Guggenheim Winners

    Forbes

    Dartmouth is among the top 10 colleges and universities with the most Guggenheim winners this year, reports the magazine. Dartmouth faculty members Joshua Bennett, Alexander Chee, and Terek El-Ariss are among this year's winners.

Dartmouth In The News

  • George Floyd's Death Did Not Spark a Racial Reckoning

    CNN

    In a story on the trial for the killing of George Floyd, Dartmouth's Matthew Delmont says "the sign that change is real as opposed to symbolic is that people are making real changes to things close to them in their own backyards."

  • Media Infrastructure Is and Has Always Been a Matter of Life and Death

    Social Science Research Council

    In an article, Dartmouth’s Jacqueline Wernimont examines public health communications efforts related to COVID-19 and shares observations and lessons learned from her study of digital and telephone resources throughout the United States.

  • Joshua Bennett, Poetry and Nonfiction

    The Paris Review

    Excerpts from an essay and a poem by Dartmouth's Joshua Bennett, who recently won a Guggenheim fellowship and a Whiting Award, are featured by the magazine. His next book of creative nonfiction is forthcoming from Knopf, notes the magazine.

  • Here Are the Universities With the Most 2021 Guggenheim Winners

    Forbes

    Dartmouth is among the top 10 colleges and universities with the most Guggenheim winners this year, reports the magazine. Dartmouth faculty members Joshua Bennett, Alexander Chee, and Terek El-Ariss are among this year's winners.

Dartmouth In The News

  • George Floyd's Death Did Not Spark a Racial Reckoning

    CNN

    In a story on the trial for the killing of George Floyd, Dartmouth's Matthew Delmont says "the sign that change is real as opposed to symbolic is that people are making real changes to things close to them in their own backyards."

  • Media Infrastructure Is and Has Always Been a Matter of Life and Death

    Social Science Research Council

    In an article, Dartmouth’s Jacqueline Wernimont examines public health communications efforts related to COVID-19 and shares observations and lessons learned from her study of digital and telephone resources throughout the United States.

  • Joshua Bennett, Poetry and Nonfiction

    The Paris Review

    Excerpts from an essay and a poem by Dartmouth's Joshua Bennett, who recently won a Guggenheim fellowship and a Whiting Award, are featured by the magazine. His next book of creative nonfiction is forthcoming from Knopf, notes the magazine.

  • Here Are the Universities With the Most 2021 Guggenheim Winners

    Forbes

    Dartmouth is among the top 10 colleges and universities with the most Guggenheim winners this year, reports the magazine. Dartmouth faculty members Joshua Bennett, Alexander Chee, and Terek El-Ariss are among this year's winners.

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