Santa Clara University

English department

Canterbury Program Information for 2010-2011

By the Canterbury Committee
Jill Goodman, Denise Krane, Robert Michalski, and Jeff Zorn


In the past year, the website for the Canterbury Program has been revised extensively, so have a look! ( We've included samples of successful proposals and additional suggestions so that students applying for the Canterbury Fellowship and advisors can know much more about the process.

We also wish to congratulate the two Canterbury Fellowship recipients for 2011-12: Ainsley Kelley and Tanya Schmidt.

Ainsley will work on developing an extensive poetry manuscript and will have the chance to attend several very prestigious writers' workshops. Her advisors are Professor McIsaac and Professor Glaser.

Tanya Schmidt will be advised by Professor Dunbar and Professor Dreher from English and Professor Heath from Classics while working on her project "Shakespeare and Women's Agency: Gender Justice in Shakespeare's The Winter's Tale Contrasted to the Pygmalion Story from Ovid's Metamorphoses".

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