Fellowship responsibilities include:
- Supporting the development of public programming for the Climate Museum’s 2024, 2025, and 2026 exhibitions;
- Participating in the curatorial team that will develop the Museum’s 2025 and 2026 exhibitions;
- Integrating an understanding of the intersections of climate and social justice throughout the Museum’s work, with a particular focus on public programs;
- Conducting research on best practices for outreach concerning the climate crisis and its intersections with issues of inequality and justice; and
- Co-designing and teaching a seminar for advanced undergraduate and graduate students focused on the practice of humanities at the intersection of climate and justice.
All applicants must:
- Be recipients of a PhD degree in the humanities between May 2019 and July 2024.
- Be able to work from the Climate Museum’s New York City office with periodic visits to temporary exhibitions and other programming locations.
- Have a keen eye toward the role of the environmental and climate humanities in expanding public engagement with climate justice.
- Have an academic background in a traditional humanities field and subject-matter expertise in climate, social justice, or both.
- Have a strong orientation towards collaboration and the success of the team.
- Have a flexible, ambitious, and enterprising mindset.
- Be inclined to kindness and humor under pressure.
Deadline: March 15, 2024, by 11:59 pm
Interested? Apply here