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This page has been designed primarily as a resource for students in the department.

Moving through the PhD Program

Official Description of the Program of Study for PhD Students in Celtic

Checklist of Student Responsibilities Year by Year

The website of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences provides access to a great deal of information for graduate students, including announcements of workshops on dissertation writing and the job search, the GSAS Handbook and the Graduate Schoolís academic calendar. Information about financial aid and fellowships, as well as teaching can be accessed through the GSAS web site. You can also find information about the non-academic aspects of student life.

Additional Resources for Teaching

Research

The Harvard College Library web site is the portal for electronic resources, library catalogues, and information about Harvardís many libraries, their locations and hours. The library maintains an extensive Guide to Research in Celtic Languages and Literatures.

Researchers in Celtic can also draw on the resources of the Fred Norris Robinson Celtic Seminar Library. Of particular importance is the Harvard Celtic Folklore Collection.

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