Dissertation Development Fellowships
Each spring, the Consortium for the Study of the Premodern World (CSPW) provides funding for five graduate students beginning their dissertation research to participate in the CSPW Dissertation Development Fellowship Program, a series of weekly workshop sessions led by Professor Juliette Cherbuliez. The goal of the workshop is to help doctoral students as they begin a dissertation project to think about their dissertation work in comparative, premodern, global, and interdisciplinary ways. A call for applications for spring 2018 Dissertation Development Fellowships will be sent out in August 2017.
Incoming Graduate Student Fellowships
The consortium is delighted to award two Incoming Graduate Student Fellowships for fall 2017. These fellowships support incoming students whose work engages with the research and pedagogical goals of the consortium and its Global Premodern Studies program. Congratulations to fellowship awardees Sultan Toprak (History) and Alexander Korte (Spanish and Portuguese).
The consortium funds approximately twenty research workshops each academic year. These faculty- and graduate student-led initiatives involve scholars at the University as well as partners at local, national, and international institutions. Research workshops address intellectual questions in global premodern studies; their activities range from reading groups and seminars to symposia and conferences. Learn more about our research workshops.