Brown Foundation Fellows

The purpose of The Brown Foundation, Inc. is to distribute funds for public charitable purposes, principally for support, encouragement and assistance to education, the arts and community service.

Sewanee actively participates with the Brown Foundation Tutorial Fellowship. The Brown Foundation Tutorial Fellowship was established in 1971 by a gift from the Brown Foundation of Houston, Texas. An endowed fund enables the University to appoint distinguished scholars to teach for a limited period of time in one of the disciplines represented in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Recent Brown Foundation Fellows:

Name Academic Field(s) Academic Year
Laurie Fowler Earth & Environmental Systems 2017-2018
Sarah Gardner  American Studies 2016-2017 
Karen Proctor  Southern Appalachian & Place-Based Studies  2016-2017 
Antonio Momplet  Spanish and Art & Art History  2016-2017 
Phoebe Kajubi  International & Global Studies  2015-2016 
William Henry Lewis  English  2015-2016 
Sean Patrick O'Rourke  Rhetoric  2015-2016 
Thomas Francis Banchoff  Mathematics  2014-2015 
Rev. Canon Dr. Gideon Baguma Byamugisha           Political Science and International & Global Studies           2013-2014 
Antonio Momplet  Spanish and Art & Art History  2013-2014 
Hagen Findeis  International & Global Studies  2012-2013 
Jessica Wohl  Art & Art History  2011-2012 
Prakash Wright  Music  2011-2012 
Norman Adrien Desbiens  Philosophy  2010-2011 
Marilyn Nelson English  2010-2011 
Antonio Momplet  Spanish and Art & Art History  2009-2010 
Kim Teresa Gallon  History  2009-2010