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Political Opposition in Early Modern Europe and the Turn Toward Modernity


UCLA and USC are co-hosting a joint Graduate Seminar in European History with Jacob Soll, USC, and Margaret Jacob, UCLA beginning Fall 2014. Check out more details on the Seminar Flyer.


CHE: "USC Gets Mellon Money to Train Digital Scholars"

The Chronicle of Higher Education's blog Wired Campus announced the creation of a Mellon grant to fund Ph.D. and Post-doctoral fellowships in digital humanities at USC, a project on which Peter C. Mancall served as principal investigator.


2014-2015 EMSI Fellows

Please join us in congratulating the recipients of our 2014-2015 USC-Huntington Early Modern Studies Institute Faculty and Graduate Student Fellowships

EMSI Faculty Summer Research Fellowships

Emily Anderson, Associate Professor of English
The Eighteenth-Century Shakespeare:
Memory and Canon Formation

Joseph Boone
Professor of English, Gender Studies, and Comparative Literature
The Melville Effect: Meditations On Multimedia


EMSI Ph.D. Dissertation Fellowships

Stefan Smith, History
Private Luxuries:
Consuming Identity in the English Atlantic, c. 1580 – 1713

Sean Nelson, Art History
Jerusalem Lost:
Crusade, Myth, and Historical Imagination in Grand Ducal Florence


EMSI Ph.D. Summer Dissertation Fellowship

Nicholas Gliserman
, History
Landscapes of War:
Geopolitics in Northeastern America, 1685-1713