Saturday, November 3, 2012

Grad Student Fellowship Opportunity in 17th/18th Century Studies

Dear Colleagues:

Please encourage your talented undergraduate and master's students interested in graduate work to apply to the University of Missouri's English Department and our Mary-Joe Purcell Fellowship in Seventeenth- or Eighteenth-Century Literary Studies.

The Purcell Fellowship, named after an alumna of our program and a long-time professor of English at California State University-Long Beach, is awarded annually and provides a one-time $5000 supplement to the regular PhD or MA/PhD package offered to an incoming student intending to work in the seventeenth or eighteenth century at Missouri.

Further information about the department and our graduate program may be found here:

We would be happy to answer your questions about the fellowship or about graduate work at Missouri.

Prof. Stephen Karian

Prof. Devoney Looser

Devoney Looser
Catherine Paine Middlebush Chair and Professor of English
Co-Editor, Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies
Tate Hall 114
Department of English
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
FAX: 573-882-5785

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