Taking a Workshop

Students interested in one of the workshops below should contact the faculty member for more information and register for the class through my.harvard.

Proposing a Workshop

Faculty interested in establishing a research workshop may submit a proposal that includes at least two faculty members and six graduate students who intend to meet regularly over the course of the academic year. Participants may also invite visiting scholars (one or two per term) to speak. Grants of up to $5,000 per year are available and may be used to underwrite the cost of travel expenses for a guest scholar, photocopying materials, refreshments for meetings, and stipend for a student to coordinate workshop activities.

If you have questions or would like more information on how to generate a workshop proposal, please contact Sheila Thomas.

2017–2018 Workshops 

New Workshops

Asia Center Graduate Student Associate Program & Colloquium (Asia Center)
(Karen Thornber and Andrew Gordon)

East Mediterranean and West Asian Connections (Classics)
(Paul Kosmin and Gojko Barjamovic)

Religion Colloqium
(Catherine Brekus, Michael Puett, Laura Nasrallah, Helen Hardacre, and Luis Giron-Negron)

Black, Brown, and Queer Science, Religion and Culture (BBQ-SRC) Working Group 
(Ahmed Ragab, Sophia Roosth, and Durba Mitra)

Colloquium in Modern East Asian Media and Visual Studies 
(Jie Li, David Wang, Tomiko Yoda, and Alexander Zahlten)

 

Continuing Workshops

American Studies

 

Anthropology

 

Celtic Languages and Literatures

 

Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies

 

East Asian Languages and Civilizations

 

Economics

 

Education

 

English

 

Germanic Languages and Literatures

 

Government

 

History

 

Human Evolutionary Biology

 

Linguistics

 

Medieval Studies

 

Music

 

Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations

 

 

Philosophy

 

Physics

 

Psychology

 

Sociology

 

South Asian Studies

 

Statistics

 

Women, Gender, and Sexuality

 

Film and Visual Studies

 

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