Shelby Cullom Davis Center
Members of the Davis Center Enjoy Post-Seminar Luncheon
Clockwise from top left: Pablo F. Gómez, Jacco Dieleman, Jack Tannous (Executive Secretary), Carl Wennerlind, Caley Horan, Shennette Garrett-Scott, and Angela Creager (Director). Not pictured: Giovanni Ceccarelli (first semester Fellow) and Vanessa Ogle.
Announcing the 2017-18 Davis Center Fellows
Q&A with Shennette Garrett-Scott, 2016-2017 Davis Center Fellow
Shennette Garrett-Scott aims to tell the first history of financial industries that places black women at the forefront.
Q&A with Jacco Dieleman, 2016-17 Davis Center Fellow
During his Davis Center fellowship, Dieleman will examine how ancient textual amulets encode notions of risk and fortune.
The Davis Center for Historical Studies is named after Shelby Cullom Davis '30, who provided a generous gift to assure the continuance of excellence in scholarship and the teaching of history at Princeton University.
Since its inception, The Davis Center's chief function has been to foster research on chosen themes through a weekly seminar, conferences, and workshops. Emphasis is placed on interdisciplinary approaches and subjects that span different geographical areas and periods. Learn more about the Center, our current theme, fellowship opportunities, and what past fellows say about their experience with the Center.
For more information, contact the Manager of the Shelby Cullom Davis Center, Jennifer Goldman.