Italian Literary & Cultural Studies (ILCS) at the University of Connecticut is currently accepting applications to the Master's and PhD programs for the academic year 2022/2023
Deadline for applications: December 1st, 2021. Go to: https://grad.uconn.edu/admissions/. In exceptional cases, applications will also be considered after this date.
Funding opportunities: ILCS awards financial support in the form of teaching assistantship, with health insurance coverage included, bimonthly stipends, and tuition remission. These conditions are regulated and guaranteed under collective bargaining. Possibility of research grants and summer teaching. Senior PhD students (ABD) can apply for a year-long fellowship atUConn Humanities Institute.
Moreover, the Graduate School at UConn offers three lucrative fellowships for the most outstanding new graduate students. The Jorgensen Fellowship (JF) and the Harriott Fellowship (HF) are available to young scholars who have been admitted to doctoral programs at the University of Connecticut. The Crandall Fellowship (CF) is available to young scholars who have been admitted to master’s programs at the University.
Among the lines of research supported by the program are topics in the area of Medieval Studies, Early Modern Studies, Mediterranean Studies, Film Studies, Italian-American Studies, Comparative Literature, Translation Studies. Cross-disciplinary research is strongly encouraged.
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