For information about upcoming external fellowships, see "Fellowship News" on the right.
Fellowships for continuing students, intended to support a year of dissertation writing and research, are awarded by internal competition. Each includes a generous stipend and tuition remission.
In addition to the full-year fellowships listed above, the department and university award several special prizes for graduate students each year.
The department awards one trip a year to every student traveling to a conference, up to $500. Travel to carry on research at out-of-state or international archives is occasionally funded when the graduate budget permits; travel funds are also available, on a competitive basis, from the Center for Feminist Research, the Early Modern Studies Institute, and other on-campus organizations.
Funding opportunities include external fellowships for study and research throughout the United States and abroad and fellowships for under-represented students. More information about these resources can be found on the Graduate School website.
Graduate alumni publications pictured above:
Sun Hee Teresa Lee, How to Analyze the Films of Tim Burton Abdo 2011; Ava Chin, Split: Stories from a Generation Raised on Divorce McGraw-Hill 2002; Amaranth Borsuk, Handiwork Slope Editions 2012; Stephan Clark, Vladimir's Mustache Russian Information Services, Inc. 2012; Ned Schantz, Gossip, Letters, Phones Oxford UP 2008; Shefali Rajamannar, Reading the Animal in the Literature of the British Raj Palgrave Macmillan 2012.
Mellon Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
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