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Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium

Modified: June 6, 2018

The Graduate School is a member of The Center for Renaissance Studies consortium. The center promotes the use of the Newberry collection by graduate students and postgraduate scholars in the fields of late medieval, Renaissance, and early modern studies (ca. 1300 – ca. 1750), offering a wide range of scholarly programs and digital and print publications based in the Newberry collections, and provides a locus for a community of scholars who come from all over the world to use the library’s early manuscripts, printed books, and other materials. 

Benefits include:

  • Admission on a competitive basis to programs with limited enrollment (Dissertation seminar, research methods workshops for early-career graduate students, ten-week graduate seminars)
  • Opportunity to compete for two consortium-only short-term fellowships at the Newberry
  • Fees waived for the Folger Institute upon acceptance of application
  • Eligibility to apply for Newberry Renaissance Consortium Grants

For more information about the benefits of TGS's consortium membership, visit the Newberry Center's website.

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