Category Archives: Grants and Fellowships

Council for European Studies Undergraduate Paper Prize

The Council for European Studies is offering Undergraduate Paper Prizes. Northern Illinois University is a member of the Council for European Studies, so NIU undergraduate students are encouraged to submit papers for these prizes in the Humanities and the Social … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Fellowships at the Art Institute

The Art Institute of Chicago is offering an Andrew W. Mellon Summer Academy and Undergraduate Curatorial Fellowships. Students in history and art history at Northern Illinois University may want to apply for these opportunities. The  Art Institute of Chicago’s posting … Continue reading

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French Paleography Workshop

The Meeter Center for Calvin Studies will be holding a French Paleography Workshop this summer. The workshop is intended to prepare graduate students for manuscript research in French archives and French language collections. Masters students and doctoral candidates in early … Continue reading

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Newberry Consortium Fellowships

Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium Fellowships The Newberry Library has announced a series of fellowships for the 2016-17 academic year. Here is the Newberry Library’s announcement: “Newberry Library Fellowships provide support to researchers who wish to use our … Continue reading

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Millstone Research Travel Fellowship

WSFH Millstone Fellowship Applications due 1 March 2016 The Millstone Fellowship provides $2500 for research in France.  Eligibility is restricted to doctoral students, untenured and adjunct faculty members, and independent scholars who reside in North America and whose research related to French … Continue reading

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Newberry Graduate Scholars-in-Residence

The Newberry Library is once again seeking ABD doctoral candidates in the humanities for its Graduate Scholar-in-Residence program. Greg Bereiter and Bob Fulton, doctoral candidates from Northern Illinois University, have recently served as graduate scholars-in-residence at the Newberry and had … Continue reading

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Summer Program in Early Modern Digital Humanities

A summer program in early modern digital humanities is being offered by the Folger Shakespeare Library. “Following on the success of the first “Early Modern Digital Agendas” institute—an intensive survey of the most current resources and methods in digital research … Continue reading

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