Scholarly Programs: Application Deadlines

2020-2021 Scholarly Programs

 

8 July 2020 (extended from 8 June 2020)
Admission deadline for:

Neighborhood, Community, and Place in Early Modern London 
Christopher Highley and Alan Farmer direct a fall weekend seminar at The Ohio State University

Researching the Archive
Joyce E. Chaplin and Julie Crawford direct a dissertation seminar at Columbia University and Harvard University

 

10 August 2020 (extended from 8 June 2020)
Admission deadline for:

Food and the Book: 1300-1800 
David B. GoldsteinAllen James Grieco, and Sarah Peters Kernan organize a conference at the Newberry Library

 

14 December 2020
Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

Reading Scotland before 1707
Margaret ConnollyRhiannon PurdieJane Pettegree, and Harriet Archer organize a spring symposium at the University of St Andrews

 

18 January 2021
Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

New Research and Performance Directions in Premodern Disability Studies
Allison P. Hobgood and Sheila T. Cavanagh organize a spring weekend seminar at Emory University

Out of the Archive: Digital Projects as Early Modern Research Objects
Margaret Simon and Christopher Warren, with Christopher Crosbie organize a spring weekend seminar at North Carolina State University

John Locke and England’s Empire
David Armitage directs a weekend seminar at the John Carter Brown Library

 

2 March 2021
Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

Introduction to English Paleography
Heather Wolfe directs a weeklong skills course at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst

An Orientation to Research Methods and Agendas
Marcy North, Claire L. M. Bourne, and Whitney Trettien direct a summer intensive skills course at Pennsylvania State University

Making Meaning: Hands-On Basic Paleography and Book Production
Margaret J.M. Ezell and Kevin M. O'Sullivan direct a summer intensive skills course at Texas A&M University