ACM Newberry Seminar: Research in the Humanities (Chicago, IL)

An Associated Colleges of the Midwest Program

Subjects: Humanities, Social Sciences, Fine Arts. The seminar topic varies by year.

Prerequisities: Juniors and seniors interested in pusuing serious research in the hamanities and humanistic social sciences.

Length: Fall semester.

Credit: 4.0 units.

Housing: Furnished apartments provided by the program.

Cost: Albion College tuition, fees and room covers program tuition and fees, and room.

Costs Not Covered by Albion: Travel to Chicago, food, apartment security deposit ($75), books, linens, cookware and incidental personal expenses.

Faculty Advisor: Deborah Kanter,

Comments: The program is comprised of a group seminar and an intensive individual research project, and takes advantage of the unique, extensive (although limited to certain fields--see brochure) holdings of the Newberry Library. Fall seminar students may be able to apply for part-time (10 hrs./wk.) work at the Library according to needs and skills. Dr. James Cook was the Fall, 1989 and 1993 Director and James Diedrick was the Fall 1993 co-Director. Dr. James Diedrick, and Dr. Deborah Kanter, ) were co-directors fall 2000.

Emily Gaul, Program Associate
Associated Colleges of the Midwest
205 W. Wacker Drive, Suite 220,
Chicago, IL 60606
Telephone: 312-263-5000
Fax:  312-263-5879

Diane Dillon, Director of Scholarly and Undergraduate Programs
ACM Newberry Seminar in the Humanities
The Newberry Library
60 West Walton Street
Chicago, Illinois 60610
Telephone: 312-943-9090