The Dorothy Tarrant Fellowship is a recently inaugurated fellowship, set up to commemorate the contribution of a pioneering figure in UK classics. The Fellowship is awarded to scholars from universities outside the UK with research interests in any field of classical studies. The successful candidate is expected to spend a minimum of six weeks at the Institute and to deliver the Tarrant Lecture. They will receive an allowance of £5000 toward the cost of travel and accommodation.
A list of previous holders of the Dorothy Tarrant Fellowship is available here.
Professor Patricia A. Rosenmeyer (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) will be taking up her Fellowship in May 2022.
Professor Ann Brysbaert (Leiden University),Professor Judith Evans-Grubbs (Emory University) and Professor Johannes Baltussen (University of Adelaide) will take up their Fellowships at a future point.
The next Fellowship competition has been suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to holding the next competition and to welcoming new Fellows as soon as public health conditions allow.