King's College London - Masters get curatorial input

June 12, 2008

A university is collaborating with the British Library and the British Museum to offer two new masters programmes. Students on King's College London's new MA programmes in "Early modern English literature: text and transmission and 18th-century studies" will work with the collections of manuscripts, books and artefacts held at the British Library and the British Museum, and will benefit from the expertise of curators, who will co-teach the core module and supervise some dissertations. The graduate school has released four scholarships worth £2,500 each to celebrate the launch.

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