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BHPC graduate Rebecca Niles talks about working in the Folger Shakespeare Library

November 14, 2012 News No Comments

“The Folger Shakespeare Library on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, is a globally renowned research centre and conservation lab, home to the world’s largest collection of Shakespeare materials and to major collections of rare Renaissance books, manuscripts and art. For scholars, teachers, and students around the world, the Folger is an incredible resource. And for Rebecca Niles, who graduates November 16th from the Master of Information program at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information (iSchool), and is already working at the Folger, it’s an incredible opportunity.”  You can read the interview here.

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