3/5, 5-6:30pm, Esther Sin-Ching Yu, “On the Novel as Practice: The Conscience-Consciousness Nexus and A Journal of the Plague Year (1722)”
Please join the Renaissance Workshop TUESDAY, March 5th, when Esther Sin-Ching Yu Assistant Professor of English, Stanford University presents the paper “On the Novel as Practice: The Conscience-Consciousness Nexus and A Journal of the Plague Year (1722)” TUESDAY,...
The Nicholson Center for British Studies Nicholson Faculty Lecture (2023-24) Ulrike Stark Professor, South Asian Languages and Civilizations University of Chicago Majestic Patronage Muslim and Christian Printing at the Lucknow Royal Press, 1819-1849 Introduction by...
Sarah-Gray Lesley, Xiaoyu Gao, Megan Maxwell and Ashima Mittal discuss their Nicholson Center supported research trips.
Spring Competition: Fellowships, Grants, and Prizes
The Nicholson Center is pleased to offer an array of fellowships, grants and initiatives for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing topics in British Studies. For the purposes of our funding competitions, British Studies includes the study of Britain’s colonies and the legacies of colonization.
Learn more about information on eligibility and the application process. If you have any questions or need help with your application, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Deadline: April 18, 2024
Study Abroad with Democracy: London
London: Democracy Equality, Liberty, and the Dilemmas of Self-Government (Social Sciences Core)
London has an enormous trove of resources and activities for the study of democracy, from the holdings of the British Museum and British Library to the Prime Minister’s Questions to ancient Roman sites such as the Basilica and Forum. By taking the Democracy-themed Social Sciences Core Sequence in London, students will have the opportunity to experience democratic themes in a way that provides a through line from ancient times through the age of revolutions to today’s democratic challenges and promises.
Application Deadline: April 22, 2024
Events in British Studies
3/8, 3-4:30pm: Eric Linstrum (University of Virginia) at the Chicago British Studies Workshop, Location TBD
PARTNER WITH US
If you are interested in co-sponsorship for an event or research project in British Studies, (including British empire and legacies of empire), please contact email@example.com.