Henry David Thoreau

  • Spend two weeks in Concord, Massachusetts immersed in this topic with seminars and round tables by fourteen prominent scholars
  • Tour historic sites and homes
  • Conduct research in prestigious archives
  • Collaborate with fellow instructors on teaching and research projects
  • Meet other scholars and teachers who will also convene in Concord for the Thoreau Society’s Annual Gathering, July 6-10, and attend the Thoreau Prize ceremony honoring Dr. Jane Goodall on July 10.

Application deadline: March 1, 2022

Directed by Dr. Sandra Harbert Petrulionis and administered by Mr. Michael Frederick, Executive Director of The Thoreau Society

Depending on public health guidelines related to Covid-19, plans for a residential program in summer 2022 are subject to change. **Please note that successful Applicants will be asked to provide proof of Covid vaccination before their acceptance is finalized.**

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