Early Modern Grad Programs
Hello, the internets! Super-wonderful ex-student wants to go to grad school in Early Modern History. England, and most likely Reformation and/or recusancy. Student is giving a paper at a conference (yeah, still an undergrad ...) on the Jesuits and shifts in confessional culture sometime soon. Anyway, student is looking for programs where student could get a good PhD, good mentoring, and (duh) an eventual job. Obviously, student is looking for funding, otherwise grad school won't happen. So, anybody got any recommendations for where a very bright and affable student (madly working on the languages) should apply? Student isn't limited to the US or to any geographic area, as long as there's funding.