To receive full consideration, all applications must contain the following sections:
a) A description of the research project to be completed over Summer 2020, which may certainly be the draft of a dissertation chapter. The description should articulate the sources and methods to be used, sketch a timetable for the completion of the project, and formulate a budget, which may include stipendiary support for living expenses (no more than 500 words);
b) An account of how the research project contributes to the student’s dissertation laying out for the general reader both the dissertation’s research problem and its potential impact on relevant scholarly literatures (no more than 500 words);
c) An account of how the project and dissertation would both benefit from and contribute to a multidisciplinary humanities environment incorporating a diversity of perspectives, identifications, and disciplines (no more than 500 words);
d) A CV of no more than two pages from the applicant.
e) A letter of support from the dissertation advisor assessing the project’s strengths, significance, and potential to contribute to and benefit from a multidisciplinary environment, which should be uploaded by the advisor on the Apply Page on the Humanities Center website.
Please upload the application as a single file using the link below.