The APS seeks applications from recent PhDs in the fields of history of science, art history, 18th- or 19th-century American history, or any other related humanities disciplines. The fellowship, based in the APS Museum, will provide hands-on experience in curatorial work and the opportunity to pursue an independent research project, preferably one related to the collections or programs of the Society’s library and museum.
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The History in Action Initiative is pleased to announce the History in Action Project Award (HAPA) for Spring 2015. This Project Fund is part of the newly instituted AHA-Mellon Career Diversity Initiative at Columbia University. The HAPA supports graduate students, in good standing, in the department. The HAPA is designed to enable financial assistance for […]
We are very pleased to announce the recipients of the Fall 2014 History in Action Project Awards (HAPA). We received seven applications in August and we, for this first round, we chose to fund those which build upon an already ongoing history-in-action activity. The following projects promise to contribute in a substantive and long term […]
In collaboration with the Teachers College Institute for Urban and Minority Education and the Center on History and Education, the Program in History and Education seeks to establish a scholarly community focused on investigating the history of education, broadly defined, in 20th century Harlem. All of the forces that shaped education in the 20th century U.S. ran through Harlem, often in amplified […]
Flyer-for-DH-Course-Grad The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia (GSAS) has approved the following course for students. It starts THIS EVENING, July 8, at 6:15pm in 411 Hamilton Hall. Details below: ENGL S3024Q. Introduction to Digital Humanities: Computational Methods for Literary and Cultural Criticism. 3 pts. Runs from the week of Jul 07 to […]
The Columbia University Libraries is looking for Columbia graduate students to collaborate with librarians and technologists in supporting and promoting digital scholarship on campus. The Columbia University Libraries has three digital centers: Humanities, Science, and Social Science. The Digital Centers are looking for students with a keen interest in digital scholarship to be interns in the centers during […]