The Singleton Center Executive Board has made final decisions regarding our Spring 2018 Singleton Center Paper Prize. The prize has been split between two students this year: Daniele Frescaroli (GRLL) and Zachary Gartenberg (Philosophy). Thank you for your submissions and congratulations to our Prize Recipients!
News & Announcements Archive
Join us Sunday, March 11 from 10:30 am to 5 pm in Gilman 288 for a Spinoza workshop featuring Michael Della Rocca (Yale), Zach Gartenberg (Johns Hopkins), Yitzhak Y. Melamed (Johns Hopkins), Jason Yonover (Johns Hopkins), and Daniel Moerner (Yale). For a full program, see our Events page.
We are accepting applications for Summer/Fall 2018 Graduate Fellowships for Research in Europe! These grants are intended to facilitate graduate research in Europe, on topics relating broadly to Europe from Greco-Roman antiquity to the eighteenth century. For full eligibility and application details, please see Fellowships under Graduate Opportunities.
The deadline to submit a research paper for the Singleton Center Research Paper Prize is coming up on February 15! The prize is designed to encourage and reward graduate student research and writing on pre-modern European culture. For full eligibility and submission details, please see Research Paper Prize under Graduate Opportunities.
The Singleton Center is happy to announce that applications are now open for the 2017/2018 round of the Warwick – JHU graduate student exchange for Medieval and Early Modern Studies. This scheme, now in its third year, allows one graduate student from JHU working in any field related to Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Studies to spend […]
We are accepting applications for Spring 2018 Graduate Fellowships for Research in Europe! These grants are intended to facilitate graduate research in Europe, on topics relating broadly to Europe from Greco-Roman antiquity to the eighteenth century. For full eligibility and application details, please see Fellowships under Graduate Opportunities.
Join us Tuesday, September 19, 5:15 pm in Macksey Seminar Room 2043,Brody Learning Commons M-Level for a lecture with Adam Smyth, Balliol College, Oxford University.
Join us 12-2 p.m. Tuesday, September 12, in Bloomberg 276 for a workshop with Dan Arbib, Ecole Normale Supérieure, on Descartes and the Metaphysics of the Infinite.
Margaret Meserve, University of Notre Dame, will address the lecture series theme, “Papal Bull: Politics, Propaganda, and Print in Renaissance Rome.” The three lectures will be held on the Homewood Campus at Johns Hopkins University, Sept. 19-22, 2016.
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