"The Decadent 1890s" is a five-week NEH-sponsored summer seminar for fifteen college-level instructors. The seminar will be held at the William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA, which houses the largest archive relating to Oscar Wilde and his circle in the world. The director is Professor Joseph Bristow. Full details about the Clark Library, the seminar syllabus, the director, the stipend, and the method of application can be found on the seminar website.
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