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Two Renaissance Graduate Fellowships
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 14.2172  Thursday, 13 November 2003

From:           Gary L. Taylor <
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Date:           Wednesday, 12 Nov 2003 14:22:00 -0500
Subject:        Two Renaissance Graduate Fellowships

$20,000 fellowships for graduate students, at the M.A. or Ph.D. level,
at the  Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Studies,  including:

1. A new Strode fellowship set aside for minority candidates. We are
particularly seeking a student who would be interested in combining  the
Strode Program's focus on Renaissance literature with the issues
addressed  by the English Department's "Signs of Race" series, described
at
http://www.as.ua.edu/english/symposium/series.htm

2.  Editorial/Book History Fellowship: One Strode fellowship has been
set aside for a student with computer expertise who is interested in
issues related to the history of the book and editorial theory/practice.
This candidate would be involved in a new, web-based Renaissance
editorial project. For an example of an editorial project associated
with the Strode Program, see the description of The Collected Works of
Thomas Middleton at
http://www.as.ua.edu/english/strode/middleton/intro1.htm

For more information on the Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance
Studies--including samples of recent publications by Strode faculty
Celia Daileader, Sharon O'Dair, Mathew Winston, and Gary Taylor--you can
go to http://www.as.ua.edu/english/strode/middleton/intro1.htm

And for those who know nothing about Alabama or Tuscaloosa as a place to
live, work, and think, you can go to
http://bama.ua.edu/%7Ewriting/main_html/tuscaloosa.htm

Please pass this information to any students in your program, or faculty
at your university, that you think might be interested.

Prof. Gary Taylor
Director, Hudson Strode Program in Renaissance Literature
General Editor, The Oxford Middleton
www.as.ua.edu/english/strode/middleton/intro1.htm

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