Scholars

Resident Scholars

Resident Scholars
Resident Scholars
Summer Scholars
Summer Scholars
Campus Scholars
Campus Scholars
Visiting Researchers
Visiting Researchers
Colloquium Series
Colloquium Series

Since 1973, when the SAR resident scholar program began, each year’s cohort of scholars has developed its own dynamic. With long hours of solitary concentration their common enterprise, some groups are more social than others—some marked by cocktail parties, others by hiking excursions, and still others by the search for the perfect green chile cheeseburger. In 2010–2011, however, the resident scholar cohort chose words as the hub of their social wheel.

Summer Scholars

Summer scholar fellowships are awarded to five or six scholars in anthropology and related fields to pursue research or writing projects that promote understanding of human behavior, culture, society, and the history of anthropology. Both humanistically and scientifically oriented scholars are encouraged to apply.

Campus Scholars

SAR is home to several administrative faculty, research associates, and senior scholars who are actively engaged in research and writing in the social sciences, humanities, and Native arts.

Visiting Researchers

SAR hosts occasional visiting research associates.

Colloquium Series

Initiated in 1974 as the “Wednesday scholar lunch,” the colloquium series in SAR’s historic boardroom has convened resident scholars, SAR staff and board members, and people from Santa Fe’s scholarly community every week for nearly forty years to hear presentations of new and in-process work. A working lunch with the presenter for resident and staff scholars follows the hour-long program, and the conversation often continues throughout the day. The series is free and open to the public and begins promptly at noon.

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