The QAP Teaching Fellow uses the QAP Digital Humanities site in a course they are teaching and in ways consistent with their course learning objectives. Teaching Fellows contribute examples of QAP-related assignments/activities and student work (with student permission) for posting on the QAP site after the course concludes. They share their pedagogical reflections on using the QAP via a short video “essay” for the site and participate in any QAP-related pedagogy panels to discuss their work. At the end of the semester, the QAP Fellow meets with the QAP Advisory Committee to discuss their experience and offer feedback.

QAP Teaching Fellows are selected by the QAP leadership team: QAP Faculty Director Mary Armstrong (WGSS/English), Dean of Libraries Charlotte Nunes, and College Archivist and Co-director of Special Collections and College Archives Elaine Stomber.

Apply for the Queer Archives Project Teaching Fellowship here; applications are due Monday, November 27, 2023