Fellowships & Funding

In addition to funding awarded at the time of admission, History & Culture students have other funding and research opportunities available to them. Learn More.

Internships

History & Culture students are offered the opportunity to build skills and work as historians while earning credits. Learn More.

Teaching Assistantships

History & Culture students may receive addition funds for working as Teaching Assistants.

Recent Opportunity Posts

Professor Rose on Reading
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Student Publication: “The New Normal: Navigating the 21st Century PhD”
History & Culture PhD students, Jordan Reed and Leanne Horinko, are part of the trio co-editing a new volume on
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Dean Hopper 2019, Refugees, Citizenship, and Belonging: Towards a History of the Present
Drew University: Dean Hopper Conference,  20-21 September, 2019, Mead Hall, Drew University   Refugees, Citizenship, and Belonging: Towards a History
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History & Culture Travel
Take a look at our new interactive map featuring all of the places our students & faculty have traveled to
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Cornell School of Criticism and Theory Fellow
Every year, the History and Culture Program sends a student to the Cornell Summer School of Criticism and Theory, June
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Spring 2019 TA Opportunities
Prof. Allan Dawson, ANTH 104 – Intro to Anthropology: TR 2:40-3:55.
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Cassie Brand on Wash U’s “A Declaration and a Mystery”
Read the full article here: https://hecmedia.org/posts/a-declaration-and-a-mystery/
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New Alumnus Publication: Irish Writers in the Irish American Press, 1882-1964
We are proud and delighted to announce that Stephen Butler, a graduate of Modern History and Literature (HC’s predecessor program),
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11/12/18 – Colloquium and Visit Day
Ehinger Center – 145 2:00 – 2:30pm Welcome/Meet & Greet Jordan Reed, Graduate Admissions, Ed Baring, Director, Jesse Mann –
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Drew Undergrad and Grad Students Apply Digital Tools to Research Projects
Students dove deep into a broad range of topics—from low-income housing vouchers to media in New York City—in Drew University’s 2018
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