Doctoral Certificate in Collaborative Humanities (Spring Cycle)
Spring admissions to the certificate take place in conjunction with the applications for the Cogut Collaborative Humanities Fellowship.
Brown University doctoral students are eligible to apply. If you are seeking admission into the Spring Project Development Workshop, see the fall application cycle.
Applications are due by February 11, 2022.
Application materials are submitted through UFunds: select "Doctoral Certificates," then "Collaborative Humanities." The application requires:
- A 250- to 300-word response to the question "What role do you see the collaborative humanities performing in your doctoral training, scholarly work, and professional development?"
- A timeline of collaborative humanities courses completed or to be completed for the Doctoral Certificate in Collaborative Humanities.
- A C.V.
- Brief online forms to be completed by the director of graduate dtudies and the Ph.D. advisor confirming that the applicant's good standing and the department's support.
Apply in UFunds
Questions? Please contact Damien Mahiet, Associate Director.
Promoting forms of cross-disciplinary work and community oriented toward the most challenging questions facing humanities research today.
Team-taught seminars foster cross-disciplinary doctoral work and community oriented toward the most challenging questions facing humanities research today.
The Cogut Collaborative Humanities Fellowship supports doctoral students at any stage of their pursuit of the Doctoral Certificate in Collaborative Humanities.