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Re: [BKARTS] Masters programs?



Is that it for Master's Degree programs? All the
other programs out there are certificate
programs?


--- "Peter D. Verheyen"
<verheyen@PHILOBIBLON.COM> wrote:
> 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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