Please join us on Friday, October 11th at 10:00 AM in 2038 William Johnston Building for the Fall FSU-Newberry Consortium Workshop and Info Session.
The Newberry Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium is a community of scholars at North American and European universities. The Newberry is a world-renowned independent research library in Chicago with an extensive collection of rare books, maps, music, and manuscripts. The Center for Renaissance Studies promotes the use of the Newberry’s collection in the fields of late medieval, Renaissance, and early modern studies, by supporting annual programming, summer institutes and workshops, publications, seminars, and grants. Students at member institutions have fee-free access to these programs and to the Newberry Library and the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC.
The October 11 workshop and info session will provide a forum for FSU students and faculty to share their experiences at the Newberry Library and highlight upcoming opportunities to conduct research, attend symposia, and participate in workshops—and how to apply for grants to fund your travel to Chicago!
If you have visited the Newberry Library and would like give a brief presentation, please email Rachel Carlisle.