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The Rutledge Prize 2010: For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCLA Conference

The Rutledge Prize 2010: For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCLA Conference THE RUTLEDGE PRIZE 2010 For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCL A Conference Each year the Southern Comparative Literature Association oe ff rs a prize of $100 for the most promising work presented at its annual conference by a graduate stu- dent. The essay is also considered for publication in e C Th omparatist. You may submit a paper for consideration for this award by sending it as an email attachment to the SLCA vice president. e Th deadline for submissions is November 15, 2011 with the prizewinner to be announced in the 2012 issu e Th e of Comparatist. Send to: Prof. Nicole Simek, simeknj@whitman.edu. Since conference papers are oe ft n shortened from longer projects, students are encouraged to submit an essay- length version of their work that would be suitable for journal publication (no longer than 7,500 words). If publishable, prize essays normally appear in the next issue ae ft r the oci ffi al announcement (i.e., a year and a half ae ft r the conference presentation), thus allowing ample time for feedback and advice from the editor. r u tle Dge priz e Winner 2010 Jennifer Slobodian, University of South Carolina “Analyzing the http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Comparatist University of North Carolina Press

The Rutledge Prize 2010: For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCLA Conference

The Comparatist , Volume 35 – Jun 15, 2011

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Abstract

THE RUTLEDGE PRIZE 2010 For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCL A Conference Each year the Southern Comparative Literature Association oe ff rs a prize of $100 for the most promising work presented at its annual conference by a graduate stu- dent. The essay is also considered for publication in e C Th omparatist. You may submit a paper for consideration for this award by sending it as an email attachment to the SLCA vice president. e Th deadline for submissions is November 15, 2011 with the prizewinner to be announced in the 2012 issu e Th e of Comparatist. Send to: Prof. Nicole Simek, simeknj@whitman.edu. Since conference papers are oe ft n shortened from longer projects, students are encouraged to submit an essay- length version of their work that would be suitable for journal publication (no longer than 7,500 words). If publishable, prize essays normally appear in the next issue ae ft r the oci ffi al announcement (i.e., a year and a half ae ft r the conference presentation), thus allowing ample time for feedback and advice from the editor. r u tle Dge priz e Winner 2010 Jennifer Slobodian, University of South Carolina “Analyzing the

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The ComparatistUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Jun 15, 2011

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