There has been a change in the application deadline for Graduate Students applying to the Department of History
Congratulations to History graduate student, Rajbir Judge, who was recently award two grants for his dissertation research.
The Center for Global, International and Regional Studies has award the Pacific Rim Research Graduate Fellowship for her research on the Inquisition and Heresy in the Spanish Empire. Way to go, Jessica!
Rachel Reeves has won a $7,500 predoctoral research grant from the Center for Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Studies. This fellowship will cover three months in residency at the Clark Library at UCLA, where Reeves will work on her dissertation entitled “Politeness and Piety of Eighteenth-Century Anglican Clergymen.” She has also won a $2,100 fellowship from the Lewis Walpole Library in Connecticut, where she will also conduct dissertation research.
Elizabeth Montanez-Sanabrina has won a $2,000 research grant from the International Seminar in the History of the Atlantic World. This money will fund overseas travel for her dissertation project, entitled "Dangerous Presence: Pirate and Spanish Colonialism in the Vice-royalty of Peru, 1570-1750."
Cristian Castro has received a fellowship to participate in a week-long workshop in Brazil on Globalization of Culture in the Nineteenth Century at the Sao Paulo School of Advanced Studies. Held at USP and UNICAMP, the lead organizer is Roger Chartier.