julian bond fellowship
January 13, 2023 -
Formerly a reporter for the Chatham News + Record and editor of UNC's The Daily Tar Heel, Devarajan is the latest recipient of a fellowship created to support a new generation of social change journalists. The program honors Julian Bond, the civil rights veteran and journalist who cofounded the Institute for Southern Studies, the nonprofit publisher of Facing South.
September 12, 2022 -
The Institute for Southern Studies, publisher of Facing South, is extending the deadline for the 2023 Julian Bond Fellowship program to Monday, Sept. 26 at 5 p.m.
August 10, 2022 -
Are you an early-career journalist or researcher who cares about justice and democracy in the South? The Institute for Southern Studies, publisher of Facing South, is now accepting applications for the Julian Bond Fellowship program.
August 23, 2021 -
The fellowship offered by the Institute for Southern Studies, now entering its third year, aims to promote new voices in Southern media and support public interest journalists and researchers in the South. Given the coronavirus epidemic, the Institute will consider applications from prospective fellows who seek to conduct their fellowship remotely or while based at the Institute's offices in Durham, North Carolina.