The Feminist Press seeks an Editorial Research Intern for the Spring 2023 semester to help Feminist Press continue their founding mission of recovering important feminist writing that has been lost to history.
The Feminist Press seeks an Editorial Research Intern for the Fall 2022 semester to help Feminist Press continue their founding mission of recovering important feminist writing that has been lost to history.
The Gotham Center is seeking an Operations/Research Intern for Fall 2022.
Sociology PhD student Cristine Khan reflects on the nuances, pitfalls, and necessity of doing boundary-pushing, community-focused work.
The ACLU seeks a Research Intern to reinvigorate ACLU’s Scholar Network, an affiliation of academics connected with ACLU, for Fall 2021.
The ACLU seeks a Research Intern for Fall 2021 to develop a new program for affiliates that will provide affiliate staff with support, guidance, and collaboration opportunities related to conducting and releasing empirical research.
The Gotham Center for New York City History seeks a Research Intern for Fall 2021 as a part of IDS 81620: Scholarly Praxis at Work in the World. The internship will focus on the development of a digital exhibit on New York City’s experience in the American Revolution, where the research intern will be responsible for annotating bibliographies and drafting summary texts, as well as collecting maps, important or representative documents, and visual imagery that may be housed in ‘break-out sections’ at each site.
The PublicsLab is pleased to announce our second round of COVID-Affected Research Agenda (CARA) Grants for students impacted by the coronavirus. If your research has been disrupted, or you have had to make alternate plans, we are here to help! The CARA Grants are available to currently-enrolled doctoral students at […]
PhD candidate in Psychology and Law Alexa Hiley talks about her internship at the ACLU and the differences between research at a university and research at a nonprofit.
In summer 2019, I made my fourth dissertation research trip to Mexico. Between the first trip in the summer of 2017 and this most recent trip, I have spent about ten months in the country, supported by small grants from The Graduate Center, like the PublicsLab/Early Research Institute award for […]