Newberry Dissertation Seminar – Fall 2014

Fall 2014 Dissertation Seminar for Historians
Directed by Constantin Fasolt, University of Chicago, and John Marino, University of California, San Diego
http://www.newberry.org/09262014-2014-dissertation-seminar-historians

Limited to 12 participants who have passed all examinations and achieved ABD status by the time of the seminar. Applicants should be near the beginning rather than the end of their dissertation research, with a topic in the late medieval, Renaissance, or early modern history of continental Europe, c. 1300-1700.

Application deadline: April 15
The seminar will meet 2 – 5 pm on four Fridays, September 26, October 17, November 7, and December 5.

Students from Center for Renaissance Studies consortium schools (http://www.newberry.org/center-renaissance-studies-consortium-members) have priority, in accordance with the consortium agreement. Fees are waived for students from consortium institutions. Such students  may be eligible to apply for travel funds to attend (http://www.newberry.org/newberry-renaissance-consortium-grants). Each member university sets its own policies and deadlines; contact your Representative Council member in advance for details.

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Center for Renaissance Studies
The Newberry Library
60 West Walton Street
Chicago, IL 60610-7324
phone: 312-255-3514
fax: 312-255-3502
www.newberry.org/renaissance

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