Announcements: Scholarship and Graduate Conference
For the readers of this blog, I have two announcements to make. Please circulate the news among your friends and peers.
The first announcement concerns only CEU and Cornell graduate students. It is a new exchange program between the Central European University and the Cornell University initiated by the Telluride Association. Departments to which CEU candidates may apply are the Cornell programs in History, Medieval Studies, City and Regional Planning, and the Cornell Institute of Public Affairs. The deadline for CEU candidates is December 20, 2009. Further information on both legs of the exchange program, here.
The second announcement is a Call for Papers for a graduate student conference in European history, titled „Biography and Identity: Dilemmas and Opportunities,” to be held at the Central European University in Budapest, in May 2010. The Graduate Conference in European History (GRACEH) is the fourth in a series of conferences organized by the Central European University (Budapest) and the European University Institute (Florence). It is a forum for graduate students to share their research with students and scholars. There will be no registration fee and lunches and coffee will be provided. Funding for travel and accommodation may be available on an individual basis based on request. For further information, please see the GRACEH website.