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Prof. Sebastian Sobecki offered prestigious Visiting Fellowship at All Souls College, University of Oxford

11 December 2014

Sebastian Sobecki, Professor of Medieval English Literature and Culture at the University of Groningen, will be a Fellow of All Souls College from January to March 2016. He will conduct research for a monograph, studying manuscripts and the politics of Lancastrian England in relation to his new book project: Material Politics: Literature, Manuscripts, and Power in Late Medieval England.

Each year the College offers a number of Visiting Fellowships to people who intend to engage in study and research in Oxford and are prepared to participate in the academic life of the College. Visiting Fellows are expected to be resident in Oxford during the tenure of the Fellowship.

Congratulations Sebastian Sobecki!

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