External Funding

The following is a list of major dissertation research funding opportunities. This list is not meant to be exhaustive; it is heavily geared towards humanities and social science graduate students, and is meant as a general purpose resource. It is not our intention to replace or replicate the opportunities made available to you through the fellowships offices of your home institutions; it is, rather, an additional resource at your disposal. Please be sure to regularly consult your fellowships offices at your home institutions for dissertation research funding opportunities.

FULL-YEAR GRANTS

 

SHORT-TERM GRANTS

NON-GEOGRAPHICAL

 

GEOGRAPHICAL

 

FRANCE

 

UNITED STATES

North

New England

Delaware

Massachusetts

New York

Pennsylvania  

Rhode Island

Washington DC

South

Alabama

Georgia

Kentucky

Louisiana

North Carolina

South Carolina

Virginia

Midwest

Illinois

Kansas

Michigan

Missouri

West

California

The Huntington

Oregon

Texas

Upcoming Events

Summer MDA 599: Atlas Fever: From the Wunderkammer to the Database

 

Registration is now open for the USC VSRI-affiliated summer seminar taught by W. J. T. Mitchell (University of Chicago) and Justin Underhill (University of Southern California). The seminar, titled "Atlas Fever: From the Wunderkammer to the Database," will be held at the Getty Research Institute. What is involved in trying to comprehend a totality with a visual array? This seminar will investigate practices of visual display that construct totalizing assemblages of multiple images, texts, and objects in order to provide a comprehensive understanding of a situation, period, or body of knowledge. For a full course description, see here.

 

 

 

 

  • Visual Studies Graduate Certificate Program
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