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Hi, I am new to this site so please correct me if I am doing anything wrong. I just graduated from a top 50 university last year and got into a master program immediately after graduation. My undergraduate majors are history and sociology. But the funny thing is I am studying computer science in graduate school. But after one year's study I found CS is not as fascinating and marketable as I expected before. So I am considering to come back to my original interest: history. So the question is: is it possible for persons with similar background to get a funded MA/PhD offer in history
Greetings, Long-time lurker, first-time poster. I figured it might be worthwhile to get a reality check from some of my peers on here, as you all would know better than many of the real-world people I know about the MES world and what their admissions processes look like. I could really use some perspective and context about this matter, so some feedback would be greatly appreciated. I am in an unconventional situation where: a) I am adamant about transitioning into academia/the humanities to study the Middle East with a focus on the intellectual history of the Levant and
Dear friends, I have a complicated decision right now ahead. I thought that nothing good will happen with my grad life, but now there are even two offers: JHU History, and NYU Hebrew and Judaic studies. I'm going to study one of the early modern Jewish philosophers and mystics who is almost forgotten by now. Where should I apply? I have a very good set of personal connections with JHU (my current supervisor may be also moving to JHU), but NYU seems to be very interested in me and I would like to "start it all over again". I almost set up my mind to NYU, but maybe you could offer me