Graduate education at Penn is delivered through the graduate group, which includes faculty from across departments in the School of Arts and Sciences and the University who share scholarly interests and expertise. Details on specific programs in the Arts and Sciences can be obtained directly for the thirty-three graduate groups in the School.

Graduate Groups

Learn about our 33 graduate groups in the humanities and social and natural sciences. 

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Quick links to answer questions about course offerings and implementing your chosen program:

My research examines the political economy of the 17th-century fur trade between Dutch colonists and Lenape and Susquehannock people in North America. I am particularly interested in how Indigenous ecological knowledge, diplomatic traditions, and value systems shaped the terms of intercultural exchange.

Molly Leech,
Ph.D. Candidate, History