education

2019 Dunlap Fellowship Winner: Dr. Rebekah Greene

The William Morris Society in the U.S. is pleased to award the 2019 Dunlap Fellowship to Rebekah Greene, a Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow at the Georgia Institute of Technology (where she is also the Assistant Director of Assessment for the Writing and Communication Program). Here is Dr. Greene’s summary of her project: Following in …

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New Voices in Morris Studies: John Minto, University of Dundee

I am a PhD candidate at the University of Dundee. The aim of my thesis is to develop an implicit aesthetic theory derived from William Morris’ practical endeavour and situate this amidst the history of continental philosophy. The title of the thesis is as follows: An Aesthetics of Care: In-between William Morris and Martin Heidegger …

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