Two Students Win MLQ Dissertation Fellowships

Two doctoral candidates from the English Department, Sarah Kremen-Hicks and Eric Morel, have been chosen as recipients of MLQ Dissertation Fellowships.This is a one-quarter fellowship that may be taken in any quarter of the academic year 2016-21017, paying tuition and benefits at the standard TA rate and relieving the recipient of teaching responsibilities.

As a journal of literary history, MLQ is devoted to understanding how literature, in its own day and in its afterlife, has made a difference. It welcomes essays and reviews of scholarly works that take up all aspects of literary change: on periods; reception; influence; on the development of modes, genres, and motifs; on causation and invention; the production and dissemination of ideologies and the production and destiny of texts; the poetics of history, the history of the profession, and the history of literary history.

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