Due Sep 13 | CLAGS Paid Fall 2023 Fellowship

The Center for LGBTQ Studies (CLAGS) invites you to apply for our Fall 2023 Fellowship. Please see a brief description of the fellowship below. We will be accepting applications until Wednesday, September 13, 2023. Communication Fellowship: $2000  To develop content as well as coordinate and complete virtual promotion and information distribution CLAGS-related activities. Mostly remote work […]

Due Sep 25 | Vagantes Conference – Call for Future 2025 Host Applications

The Vagantes Conference on Medieval Studies is now accepting applications to host the 2025 conference. Hosted by a different university each year, Vagantes is an interdisciplinary graduate student conference focused on the Middle Ages. Organized entirely by graduate students, this is a unique opportunity to showcase the Medieval Studies community at your institution. Those involved in planning, […]

Due Oct 3 | Call for applications – New Directions 2023: Invitation from the Mellon Foundation

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has invited the Graduate Center, along with a limited number of other institutions, to participate in the 2023 New Directions Fellowships competition.  Fellowship Guidelines are here and contain important information about the specifics of the proposal and other required materials. These fellowships provide support for exceptional faculty in the humanities and humanistic social sciences […]


THREAD: LOGISTICAL CHAUCER      Organized by Wan-Chuan Kao (kaow@wlu.edu) and Paul Megna (paul.megna@purchase.edu) 200-word abstract by 22 September 2023 (1) Email to session organizer(s), and (2) fill out online form at https://newchaucersociety.org/surveys/Default.asp?id=Congress2024_CFP   The (Counter-)Logistical Lyric in Chaucer and Beyond Organizer: Stephanie L. Batkie (slbatkie@sewanee.edu) Session Format: Lightning Talks This session will consider the poetic infrastructures […]

Language Reading Program – Summer registration is open

Registration for the Summer 2023 session of the Language Reading Program is open.  Registration is first come, first served. The LRP helps students satisfy their language reading requirements.  Our courses are aimed strictly at the translation of scholarly texts. This summer, LRP is offering French levels 1 and 2, German levels 1 and 2, Italian Levels […]


NOW ACCEPTING ARTICLE AND DIGITAL PROJECT REVIEW SUBMISSIONS FOR EOLAS 17 (2024 publication)! Eolas: The Journal of the American Society of Irish Medieval Studies is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the study of Ireland in the Middle Ages, including Irish intersections with other medieval cultures and societies. We look forward to receiving submissions on a […]

May 18 | Anti-Racism Committee Event

Please join the Ph.D. Theatre and Performance program for an Anti-Racist and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resource Gathering facilitated by students. At this gathering, the Theatre and Performance program’s Anti-Racism Committee hopes to build connections and collectively strategize with colleagues across the Graduate Center who have been engaged in anti-racist work. This will serve as […]

Apply by May 12 | Call for 2023-2024 Manifold Graduate Fellowship Applications

Call for 2023-2024 Manifold Graduate Fellow Deadline: Applications Accepted and Reviewed on a Rolling Basis; Apply by May 12, 2023 for best consideration GC Digital Initiatives welcomes applications from GC doctoral students to join the Manifold Team as a Manifold Graduate Fellow. This position offers graduate students the opportunity to gain experience with digital publishing […]

Apply by May 2 | Carolyn G. Heilbrun Dissertation Award

The Carolyn G. Heilbrun Dissertation Prize will be awarded to an outstanding dissertation completed at the CUNY Graduate Center in the given academic year. The prize is meant to recognize a dissertation that is in the interest of the humanities with the broad intellectual aims of Carolyn Heilbrun’s work. To be considered for the prize, […]

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