Next Generation Humanities PhD


This initiative, launched in 2016, contributes to nationwide conversations about developing new approaches to doctoral education.

Historians at Work: Building Professional Networks

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Historians at Work: Building Professional Networks is an ongoing internship project that encourages graduate students in the Department of History to explore alternative career routes with partner institutions.

New Scholarly Practices, Broader Career Paths in Near & Middle Eastern Studies

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This project works to change the conversation in the Interdisciplinary Near & Middle Eastern Studies PhD Program about the role of public scholarship, digital humanities, and new media publications in building a career as a humanities scholar.

Resource Sharing Across Departmental Modern-Language PhD Programs

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This Next Generation Humanities PhD program coordinates efforts across six modern-language departments to intelligently revamp their PhD programs on a scale that is appropriate for each, but from which all can benefit.

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