La corónica is pleased to announce the first annual winner of the Nancy F. Marino Prize for Best Essay in Hispanomedieval Studies:
Rebecca de Souza
for her paper, “Destabilising Monotheism; or Rethinking Religious Identity Formation in the Medieval Castilian Epic”
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The Nancy F. Marino Prize honors the contribution of Professor Marino to the profession, in particular her devotion and dedication to the many colleagues and students in Hispanomedieval Studies she mentored and inspired in her role as a founder of IMANA and as facilitator for the field each year at the International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo.
The selection of the recipient of this award is made by the Executive Committee of the Modern Language Association Forum, LLC Medieval Iberian and members of the Editorial Board of La corónica in memory of revered American hispanomedievalist Nancy F. Marino (1951-2018). The list of annual winners will also published in La corónica.
We hope to formally recognize Rebecca de Souza at the IMANA dinner at the International Congress on Medieval Studies at Kalamazoo next year in May, as well as next year’s recipient.*
La corónica thanks all those who submitted their papers for consideration. We look forward to next year’s competition.
*Our ability to meet in person is dependent on COVID-19, unfortunately.