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Re: [BKARTS] Masters programs?



Alabama has a very strong program, and then there is also Iowa.

My question is this: are there any other graduate programs in
>the book and paper arts, preferably with some printing involved?  I
>apologize if this question has been asked often, I had trouble searching
>the archives.  Also, what would one consider the *best* (I know,
>opinion!) place to go for the most complete and intensive studies in the
>book arts?
>
>Thank you in advance for your advice
>Kelly Moore
>
>Kelly Moore
>subgirl@ou.edu
>counter-productive.com


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