PhD candidate and part-time professor Karenza Sutton-Bennett awarded the D.W. Smith Eighteenth-Century Research Fellowship

Posted on Tuesday, June 22, 2021

PhD candidate and part-time professor Karenza Sutton-Bennett was recently awarded the D.W. Smith Eighteenth-Century Research Fellowship for a project to produce a digital edition of Charlotte Lennox's The Lady's Museum. The project is a joint venture with Kelly Plante, a PhD Candidate from Wayne State University (Michigan). This edition is being created in tandem with a pedagogical article “Teaching Sophia and The Lady’s Museum at an HSI” that Karenza is co-writing with Susan Carlile. The article is part of a pedagogical series on teaching eighteenth-century women writers in the classroom to be published in Aphra Behn Online: An Intersectional Journal for Women and the Arts (Spring 2022).

 

Here is a link to the announcement of the award on the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies website: https://csecs.ca/newsletters/newsletter-2021-06.php

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