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The DePaul Humanities Center Fellows Program 2023-2025
Application due date: Friday, December 16, 2022
We will have an open program theme for our 2023-2025 round of applications.
The DHC will award 2-3 fellowships from among this year’s applicants. Fellows will serve for two academic years (Fall 2023–Spring 2025) and will typically receive a three-course teaching load reduction during the time of their fellowship, as well as up to 120 hours of paid research assistance. Fellows will also typically present their work publicly as well as to other Fellows, and are expected to foster a spirit of camaraderie and cooperation across disciplines while at the DHC.
We welcome applications from any full-time tenured or tenure-track DePaul faculty member. Applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. on Friday, December 16, 2022.
Attend one of our online application workshops
Workshop 1 - Oct. 27
Workshop 2 - Nov. 1
Workshop 3 - Nov. 9
For further details, please visit:
DHC Faculty Fellowship Program & Application Page
To apply, please visit:
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The Criminology Program invites you to its annual Open House – in-person or on Zoom! Meet fellow Criminology students, connect with faculty, network with alumni, and learn about the exciting educational and professional opportunities available through Criminology at DePaul.
The Philosophy Circle will be holding a seminar to discuss the processes around applying to graduate school.
Presentation from Lorenzo Rustighi of his new book, Back Over the Sexual Contract: A Hegelian Critique of Patriarchy
The department of History of Art and Architecture invite you to join us for a student social!
We will be offering pizza and other treats while you get to know your fellow students as well as staff and faculty.
Diplomacy and the Future of Democracy:
Transprofessional Responses to Contemporary Diplomatic Challenges
A Virtual Conference
Hosted by The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy at DePaul University, Chicago
October 13-14, 2022
As we confront the diplomatic challenges across the globe presented by movements and leaders opposed to liberal democracy, the need for a deeper level of collaboration among all practitioners of diplomacy has never been greater. How can a wide-ranging, more inclusive understanding of diplomacy help us better engage the full range of diplomatic agency available in this current environment? To what degree can the democratization of diplomacy contribute to these efforts? What are the roles of state-sponsored, non-state actor and grassroots diplomacy in efforts to challenge illiberal democracy? To what degree has the erosion of democracy in the United States, India, Brazil and among multiple member states of the European Union undercut the agency of nation states to promote democracy through diplomatic means? This conference will explore the work and the strategies being proposed and employed by practitioners and scholars of diplomacy across multiple vocations and contexts – i.e., transprofessional diplomacy – to support diplomatic cooperation and collaboration aimed at the promotion and preservation of democracy.
The mission of The Grace School is to train future practitioners of diplomacy across all vocations – from those pursuing careers in the foreign service to those who want to build bridges as NGO leaders, private sector actors, scientists, artists, religious leaders, community organizers and activists. Our goal is to create cohorts of students with a wide range of vocational trajectories who engage the study and practice of diplomacy together, and in so doing establish networks that they will take with them as they pursue or redirect their respec¬tive careers upon graduation. Examining the transprofessional diplomatic work which is currently taking place and which must now be amplified in the name of supporting democracy is the theme of our conference.
To RSVP and receive the Zoom conference link, please register here.
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The Grace School of Applied Diplomacy is delighted to announce the appointment of Geoffrey Wiseman to our Endowed Chair of Applied Diplomacy. Dr. Wiseman brings to the table both a distinguished career as a diplomat and as a globally recognized scholar of Diplomatic Studies.