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The Rutledge Prize 2016: For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCLA Conference

The Rutledge Prize 2016: For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCLA Conference THE RUTLEDGE PRIZE 2016 For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCLA Conference Each year the SCLA offers a prize of $500 for the most promising work presented at its annual conference by a graduate student. The essay is also considered for publication in The Comparatist. You may submit a paper for consideration for this award by sending it as an email attachment to the SCLA vice president. The deadline for submissions is January 15, 2018 with the prizewinner to be announced in the 2018 issue of The Comparatist. Send to: Prof. Brian O’Keeffe, bokeeffe@barnard.edu. Since conference papers are often shortened from longer projects, students are encouraged to submit an essay-­ength 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 after the official announcement (i.e., a year and a half after the conference presentation), thus allowing ample time for feedback and advice from the editor. Rutledge Prize Winner 2016 Kathleen Hines, Southern Methodist University “Contagious Metaphors: Liturgies of Early Modern Plague.” Judges’ Citation “Kathleen Hines’s essay visits a time in England (from 1623 to 1633) when the plague was particularly rife. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Comparatist University of North Carolina Press

The Rutledge Prize 2016: For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCLA Conference

The Comparatist , Volume 41 – Nov 1, 2017

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THE RUTLEDGE PRIZE 2016 For Graduate Students Giving Papers at the SCLA Conference Each year the SCLA offers a prize of $500 for the most promising work presented at its annual conference by a graduate student. The essay is also considered for publication in The Comparatist. You may submit a paper for consideration for this award by sending it as an email attachment to the SCLA vice president. The deadline for submissions is January 15, 2018 with the prizewinner to be announced in the 2018 issue of The Comparatist. Send to: Prof. Brian O’Keeffe, bokeeffe@barnard.edu. Since conference papers are often shortened from longer projects, students are encouraged to submit an essay-­ength 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 after the official announcement (i.e., a year and a half after the conference presentation), thus allowing ample time for feedback and advice from the editor. Rutledge Prize Winner 2016 Kathleen Hines, Southern Methodist University “Contagious Metaphors: Liturgies of Early Modern Plague.” Judges’ Citation “Kathleen Hines’s essay visits a time in England (from 1623 to 1633) when the plague was particularly rife.

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The ComparatistUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Nov 1, 2017

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