Graduate Resources

The Center offers graduate students specializing in the sixteenth through eighteenth centuries a space in which they may utilize the latest technologies to cross traditional period boundaries between Renaissance and Enlightenment as well traditional distinctions between faculty and student, graduate and undergraduate. Graduate students are encouraged to collaborate with each other, with faculty, and with undergraduates in coursework and online research projects. Graduate student Fellows are chosen annually to facilitate such collaboration and advance Center activities.

UCSB English Department Resources for Graduate Students

Graduate Program Overview
Program Requirements
English Department Graduate Handbook

First Qualifying Exam Reading Lists:

Renaissance Reading List
Restoration and 18th Century Reading List

Further Resources

Click the links below for more information on our Early Modern Center graduate student resources.

EMC Graduate Research Fellowship

Early Modern Graduate Courses

EMC Graduate Student Directory