The H. Henry Meeter Center for Calvin Studies invites graduate students and faculty who have a good knowledge of modern French to apply for the Center's summer 2010 Genevan paleography course, which will teach the fundamentals of reading and working with 16th and 17th century manuscripts in French. Located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the Meeter Center possesses a significant collection of original French manuscripts and texts. The course will run for two weeks, from June 7 to 18, and will be taught by Tom Lambert. Selected participants will each receive a $500 stipend. The group size is limited to ten participants and the deadline for application is March 12, 2010. Please contact email@example.com for questions and visit http://www.calvin.edu/meeter/paleography
to view and download the course description and the application form.
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