I wasn’t going to put anything up here this week, but I was surfing around this morning and I stumbled across this, the MLA’s Guide to Doctoral Programs in English and Other Modern Languages. This is pretty cool. It isn’t necessarily complete, but the features include the ability to look for a “key word or phrase” (and if you’re thinking about a PhD in English, that key word or phrase ought to be something like “composition,” “rhetoric,” or “writing,” especially if you want to get a job), and you can also limit your results to schools that give their students insurance and such. Neat stuff.
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