The Carleton College Summer Humanities Institute is a three week program in which students develop and present interdisciplinary, guided research projects in History (including art historical topics) or literature and theater.
Students will acquire tools and techniques of research, interpretation, and presentation essential to achieve the goal of humanistic research: to understand with depth and complexity the nature of human thought, action, and expression.
Carleton College’s rich Library and Special Collections as well as the facilities at the new Weitz Center for Creativity will offer terrific contexts in which to study, debate, and discover. At the end of the seminar, participants will present their work in a multi-faceted mini-exhibition and performances of a piece from the body of Shakespeare’s Rome-inspired works.
Cost and Session Information
December 15, 2018 - Summer Academic Programs Application Opens
February 15, 2019 - 1st Round deadline for general and scholarship applicants and final deadline for international applicants
March 22, 2019 - 2nd Round deadline for general and scholarship applicants