The University of Michigan, based in Ann Arbor, MI offers a fully funded Joint PhD in Women’s and Gender Studies. The Department has three joint interdisciplinary PhD options. The joint degree is unique in that it combines grounding in one of three disciplines, training in feminist theories and methodologies, and interdisciplinary coursework in Women’s and Gender Studies. The joint PhD programs are Women’s and Gender Studies with English or History or Psychology. All joint PhD students are fully funded via a combination of fellowships and teaching or research assistantships for five or six years. All first-year students will receive a fellowship.