Scholarly Programs: Application Deadlines

2019-2020 Scholarly Programs

 

10 June 2019
Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

Teaching Paleography
Heather Wolfe directs an intensive summer workshop (27 – 29 August 2019)

Race and Periodization
Ayanna Thompson organizes a fall conference co-sponsored with the Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies (5 – 7 September 2019)

The Languages of Nature: Science, Literature, and the Imagination
Paula Findlen directs a fall workshop (13 – 14 September 2019)

Political Personhood in the Early Modern British World before 1800
A fall symposium sponsored by the Folger Institute Center for the History of British Political Thought (19 – 21 September 2019)

Researching the Archive 
Alison Games and Laura L. Knoppers co-direct the yearlong dissertation seminar that meets once a month on Friday afternoons

Rethinking Lyric Histories
Ayesha Ramachandran directs a fall semester seminar Friday afternoons (4 October – 13 December 2019)

 

5 August 2019
Registration deadline for:

Race and Periodization
Ayanna Thompson organizes a fall conference co-sponsored with the Arizona Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies (5 – 7 September 2019)

 

3 September 2019
Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

Book Theory
Juliet Fleming directs a fall weekend seminar (8 – 9 November 2019)

Intersecting the Sexual: Modes of Early Modern Embodiment
Mario DiGangi organizes a fall symposium (14 – 16 November 2019)

Eating through the Archives: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Early Modern Foodways
The Before ‘Farm to Table’: Early Modern Foodways and Cultures project team organizes a fall graduate student workshop (5 – 7 December 2019)

The Visual Art of Grammar: Iconographies of Language from Europe to the Americas
Andrew Laird directs a fall weekend seminar at Brown University (1 – 2 November 2019)

Early Modern Iroquoia
Scott Manning Stevens directs a spring semester seminar at Syracuse University Friday afternoons (17 January – 24 April 2020)

Admission only deadline for:

Rethinking Lyric Histories
Ayesha Ramachandran directs a fall semester seminar Friday afternoons (4 October – 13 December 2019)

 

13 January 2020
Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

Reimagining Andrew Marvell: The Poet at 400
Matthew Augustine and Giulio Pertile
organize a spring weekend colloquium at the University of St Andrews (7 – 9 May 2020)

 

2 March 2020
Admission and Grant-in-Aid deadline for:

An Orientation to Research Methods and Agendas
Marcy North
, Claire M. L. Bourne, and Whitney Trettien organize a summer intensive skills course at Pennsylvania State University (1 – 5 June 2020)

Making Meaning: Hands-on Basic Paleography and Book Production
Margaret J.M. Ezell
and Kevin M. O’Sullivan organize a summer intensive skills course at Texas A&M University (13 – 17 July 2020)