Chaucerian project is winner in awards

March 12, 1999

The newly established Arts and Humanities Research Board this week announced its first grant winners, with awards totalling Pounds 4.6 million. The board announced more than 300 research awards, including a grant of Pounds 73,150 to researchers at De Montfort University who will transcribe, research and publish all 88 surviving 15th-century manuscripts of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales.

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