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INFORMATION WITHHELD <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 10 Oct 1996 17:34:16 GMT0BST
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Dear colleagues,
Once again I'm soliciting advice which will enable a conspicuously
bright British student to find a place on a postgraduate course which
will answer her intellectual interests. She hopes to find  a North
American postgraduate program which has a strong element of youth and
documentary film and television. Her dissertation topic (our students
all produce a research dissertation for their undergraduate degrees) is
"Moral panics and the teenager in film".
A further requirement for Sarah Dean is that she be able to apply for
financial assistance, in the first instance for an M.A., then expanding
or continuing into doctoral study. It is unlikely that Sarah can gain a
Fulbright: a student from this Department (now on NYU's Performance
program) picked up both the British and Irish Fulbright award. The
Commission sees to it that lightning never strikes twice... She will
require some sort of help. She's not afraid of hard work and has held
outside jobs throughout her university course.
If you can guide her to your course (or to your colleague's course),
please write to her, not to me, at her e-mail address:
Sarah Dean
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She and I will be deeply grateful.
With thanks,
David Mayer
Professor David Mayer
Department of Drama
University of Manchester
Manchester M13 9PL
tel. (0161) 275-3353; fax (0161) 275-3349
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