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BHPC alumna Rebecca Niles on her career at the Folger Shakespeare Library

March 11, 2016 News No Comments

“Cool Job: Digital Texts Co-editor and Interface Architect at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, DC. By the time she graduated from the Faculty of Information (after having earned undergraduate and master’s degrees in English at U of T), Rebecca Niles had already landed a job at the Folger Shakespeare Library – home to the world’s largest collection of Shakespeare materials – on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.” You can read the interview with her in UofT Magazine here.

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