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BYU's Nicholas Mason receives Pforzheimer Grant from Keats-Shelley Association

Brigham Young University assistant professor of English Nicholas Mason has received the Pforzheimer Grant from the national Keats-Shelley Association.

The $2,500 grant, a research award for junior romanticists, has been awarded for Mason's completion of a book manuscript on the connections between the advertising system in Britain and the literary book trade in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, “Advertising, Print and the Shaping of British Romanticism.”

Given annually to two applicants, the Pforzheimer Grant is the premier award for younger scholars in the field of British Romanticism.

For more information, contact Nicholas Mason at (801) 422-4617.

Writer: Rachel M. Sego

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