The Department of History at East Carolina University (Greenville, NC) invites applications for its Master of Arts in the History of the Atlantic World.
Aimed at talented and qualified students from around the world, the Atlantic World concentration of the History M.A. offers training in a variety of related fields across a range of temporal specializations, with interdisciplinary options also available. The program qualifies its graduates to pursue Ph.D.s in the Atlantic World, and potentially in numerous sub-fields, such as European, American, Caribbean, African, and Latin American history, International Relations, and African & African American Studies. The Atlantic World history concentration at ECU also provides training in academic and practical skills tailored to meet the needs of teachers, public servants, and business leaders operating in a trans-Atlantic and global environment.
Teaching and research assistantships are available on a competitive basis. Last year a total of 29 students in the Department received M.A. teaching and research assistantship stipends. Although the deadline for applications is not until April 1, 2013, the application deadline for Assistantships is January 15, 2013.
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