*Application deadline extended until April 12, 2013. Applicants will be admitted on a rolling basis.
To apply to the seminar, upload the following information to our online form:
- Current and permanent mailing address, email, and phone number
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae
- A short essay on the following question:
- Optional: if you would like to be considered for financial aid, please upload a brief statement describing your current circumstances and need for assistance (200 words max.)
The historian Dipesh Chakrabarty argues that Anthropogenic explanations of climate change signal the collapse of the age-old distinction between human history and natural history and require us to bring political histories of capital and governance into conversation with the history of humans, other animals, and the planet earth.
In 750 words, explain 1) what kind of research would help us discover whether and how human history and natural history have become one and the same, and 2) what skills and experience you would bring to this work.
Please also arrange for one letter of recommendation and a transcript showing all undergraduate or graduate work to be emailed to email@example.com or mailed to:
Hertog Global Strategy Initiative
Department of History
1180 Amsterdam Ave., Mail Code 2527
New York, NY 10027
The program is open to undergraduates, postbaccalaureates, and graduate students. We expect to enroll 15-20 students. The extended deadline is April 12 (rolling admissions), and acceptance letters will be sent as soon as a decision is made. If, for some reason, you need an early decision, please contact the program. See the bottom of our about page for details regarding tuition and scholarships.