CHANGES TO THE 2021 FASPE FELLOWSHIP: The FASPE program will launch with a virtual workshop in the spring, and culminate with an intensive week in Germany and Poland in the fall, visiting key historical sites in Berlin and Krakow, as well the site of the Nazi extermination camp Auschwitz. Fellows will participate in rigorous seminars led by experts in their respective fields and examine the roles their professional counterparts played in Germany and elsewhere from 1933-1945, and then draw on historical, cultural, philosophical, literary and discipline-specific sources to explore the ethical issues facing their fields today.
FASPE Law will begin with 3 consecutive days of virtual workshop during the timeframe that the Fellowship was originally scheduled (May 21-June 4, 2021). These interactive and dynamic sessions will provide the opportunity to learn about the history of the Nazi-era from experts, to understand more deeply the significance of the sites FASPE will visit, and to engage in challenging and thought-provoking discussion of contemporary ethical issues with Fellows, faculty, and guest speakers. The 3-day workshop will be followed by once-a-month 90 minute sessions in June, July, August, and September.
*Participation in the virtual programming is required in order to participate in the in-person travel portion of the program. Dates of virtual sessions to be announced in the coming weeks.
Travel to sites of historical significance in Germany and Poland will take place October 9-17, 2021.
*All participants must have received the COVID-19 vaccine prior to travel.
APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENSION: Applications will be accepted until 11:59pm EST on Wednesday, January 27, 2021. Applicants will be notified of their status by the beginning of April.