Scholarly Programs: Application Deadlines

2021-2022 Scholarly Programs

The application portal for the Institute’s Scholarly Programs typically opens one month before a stated deadline.

 

9 August 2021

Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

Researching and Writing the Early Modern Dissertation
Joyce Chaplin and Julie Crawford co-direct a yearlong dissertation seminar

 

7 September 2021

Admission deadline for:

John Locke and England's Empire
David Armitage directs a virtual weekend seminar

 

15 November 2021

Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

Early Modern Intersections in the American South
Heather Miyano Kopelson
, Jenny Shaw, and Cassander L. Smith organize a symposium

Rac(e)ing the Shakespearean Archive: Antebellum, Civil War, and Reconstruction New Orleans
Michael P. Kuczynski and John “Ray” Proctor lead a weekend workshop

Out of the Archives: Digital Projects as Early Modern Research Objects 
Margaret Simon, Christopher Warren, and Christopher Crosbie organize a weekend seminar

 

18 January 2022

Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

“Gilding the Guilt”: The Gilded Age, Craft Production, and the Construction of Cultural Capital 
Barbara Bono
, Carrie Tirado Bramen, Maria Horne, and Stacy Carson Hubbard lead a weekend workshop

Reading Scotland before 1707
Margaret Connolly, Rhiannon Purdue, Jane Pettegree, and Harriet Archer organize a symposium

Historicizing Heritage 
Carolyn Dinshaw and Christine Hoffmann organize a weekend workshop

 

7 March 2022

Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

Introduction to English Paleography
Heather Wolfe directs a weeklong intensive skills course