Situated at the heart of Manhattan in New York City, adjacent to the Morgan Library and Museum, and only seven short blocks from the New York Public Library’s Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, The Graduate Center provides participants with a unique and resource-rich setting for their 10-day residency.

Accepted participants will receive a $4,000 stipend prior to June 2018 to cover travel, accommodations, per diem, and incidentals. Coffee service and snacks will be provided in the mornings and afternoons, and participants will receive some material fees to cover expenses such as domain hosting. Participants will be encouraged to bring their own laptops if they have them, but the Digital Scholarship Lab will supply MacBook Pro laptops configured for workshop use for any participants who need them.

When participants return in June 2019 to report on their activities and provide a white paper on adapting the Digital Humanities Research Institute curriculum to their own institutional setting, they will receive an additional stipend for $2250 to cover transportation, accommodations, food, and incidentals.

Our Institutes Coordinator will be available to assist participants in finding cost-effective accommodations.

Getting to the Graduate Center

The Graduate Center, CUNY is located at 365 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY, 10016

The easiest way to get to the Graduate Center is by taking the BDMFNRQ trains to 34th St./Herald Square, the 6 train to 33rd St., or the 123 trains to Penn Station, and walking to Fifth Avenue.

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