Since 1997, Boston University has been a member, along with over forty leading universities, in the Folger Institute
A center for advanced study and research in a wide range of early modern fields that offers conferences, seminars, and workshops in conjunction with the Folger’s world-class book and manuscript holdings. The Institute awards long and short-term research fellowships; and offers a dozen or so scholarly programs every year.
Our membership makes BU faculty and graduate students eligible for priority consideration in admission and for grants-in-aid to cover admission, travel, housing and other expenses. Our membership is currently supported by BUCH, with contributions from the departments of English, History, Classics, World Languages and Literatures, History of Art and Architecture, the Program in Medieval Studies, and the Center for the Study of Europe.
Traveling to and participating in face-to-face programs will obviously be affected through at least summer 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Some programs originally scheduled for 2020–2021 have opted to reschedule for a later date, while others are turning to online technologies to convene their participants, sometimes with new objectives and formats.
For further information and application instructions, visit the Folger Institute’s Scholarly Programs website . Contact Professor James Siemon at email@example.com with questions. For a current list of upcoming programs and deadlines, click here.