A Vibrant Research Context
Pitt features early modernist faculty across the departments of Communication Studies, History, History of Art and Architecture, History and Philosophy of Science, Music, Religious Studies, as well as the European languages and literatures (English, French, German, Italian). The university regularly hosts post-docs with early modern interests.
We collaborate with various University Research Centers and Programs:
- European Studies Center
- Center of Russian and Eastern European Studies
- World History Center
- Global Studies Center
- Humanities Center
- Medieval and Renaissance Studies
- Jewish Studies
- Asian Studies Center
- Center for Latin American Studies
We frequently host distinguished guest speakers who often also lead graduate seminars and workshops. Past visitors include Professors Sanjay Subrahmanyam (UCLA), Gillian Weiss (Case Western), Meredith Martin (NYU), Michael North (Greifswald), Priya Satia (Stanford University), and Natalie Rothman (University of Toronto, Scarborough), Juliet Cherbuliez (University of Minnesota), and Rudi Matthee (University of Delaware).
Our University Library holds excellent source collections on the early modern world. Click here fore more information.