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Congratulations to Olga Blomgren, a 2020 Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, who has been named an ACLS Emerging Voices Fellow. She will spend this year at Brown University's Center for Language Studies.
Are you a doctoral student in the humanities or humanistic social sciences interested in exploring career options beyond academia? Join IASH on FRIDAY, OCT. 8TH from 3-4:30 p.m. for a virtual conversation about these issues and the Humanities Without Walls Predoctoral Career Diversity Summer Workshop. History Ph.D. candidate Juanita Rodriguez will discuss her experience in the workshop last summer and share insights she gleaned. IASH may nominate one student each year for this competitive national workshop, and applications for summer 2022 are due on November 1st.  For more information and the zoom link to this event, click on the event listing on the right side of this page. 

IASH is now accepting applications for its 2022-23 Faculty Public Humanities Grants and Faculty Fellowships. Applications are due Oct. 18th and Nov. 5th, respectively.

Looking for outside funding? IASH now provides links to searchable databases of external fellowships and grants. Just click on "Funding Opportunities" below.