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.
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
Diane Dillon, Director of Scholarly and Undergraduate Programs
ACM Newberry Seminar in the Humanities
The Newberry Library
60 West Walton Street
Chicago, Illinois 60610