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Fellowship

Tina Tallon applied her suite of talents to a book and a chamber opera as a 2020–2021 fellow.
Tina Tallon applied her suite of talents to a book and a chamber opera as a 2020–2021 fellow. Photo by Rose Lincoln

The Fellowship Program annually selects and supports artists, scholars, and practitioners who bring both a record of achievement and exceptional promise to the Institute.

Radcliffe fellows are individuals at different stages of their careers who come to the Institute from across the United States and around the world and represent a broad range of academic, professional, and artistic fields. Fellows work on an individual project—a novel, a film, a map of the Milky Way—while mining and deepening the knowledge, ingenuity, and talent of the Harvard University community. Projects range from the poetic to the cosmic. Past fellows include Jill Lepore, Samantha Power, Zadie Smith, Elizabeth Warren, and the Nobel Laureate Michael Kremer.

Become a Fellow Graduate Student Fellowships Radcliffe Research Partnerships

Meet Our 2022–2023 Fellows

01 / 09

Breaking Silos and Making Transformative Discoveries at the Radcliffe Fellowship Program

Radcliffe Yard with Adirondack chair
Byerly Hall in Radcliffe Yard

Harvard Radcliffe Institute Announces 2022–2023 Fellows

The Harvard Radcliffe Institute Fellowship Program offers scholars and practitioners in the humanities, sciences, social sciences, and arts—as well as writers, journalists, and others—a rare opportunity to pursue their work in a vibrant interdisciplinary community. From robotic fish to a novel-in-progress inspired by Amelia Earhart, the 2022–2023 class of fellows will come from 14 countries to pursue an incredible range of important projects.

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Spring 2021 Radcliffe Magazine

01 / 10

Harvard Gazette Coverage

01 / 07