In 2013-14, the Program in European Cultural Studies welcomed its first group of Graduate Affiliates. Since then, with funding from a major grant from the David A. Gardner ’69 Magic Project and the ongoing support of the Humanities Council, the ECS GAs have organized lectures, conferences, reading groups, and workshops under the rubric Dialogues on European Cultural Studies.

Events in the Dialogues on European Cultural Studies series have included public lectures by eminent scholars; lunchtime workshops on topics in intellectual history, architectural theory, media studies, literary history, art history, and the philosophy of science; conferences featuring ECS GAs and undergraduate certificate students presenting their own interdisciplinary research; and a variety of activities undertaken by reading groups organized by ECS GAs. ECS GAs also serve as mentors to our undergraduate certificate students.

Meet our Graduate Affiliates

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