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Louis Round Wilson Prize for 2020

Louis Round Wilson Prize for 2020 Editor’s Notes HE Editorial Board of Studies in Philology voted at its annual meet ing in May 2008 to establish an annual prize of $1000 for the Tbest article published in the journal during the previous year. The prize was named in honor of Louis Round Wilson, whose monograph Chaucer’s Relative Constructions appeared as the first issue of Studies in Philology in 1906. Wilson was instrumental in founding and establishing SP, and in helping to ensure that it would have a long and vital future. The award- winning article for 2020 has the distinction of being a two- parter. In “The Middle English Athelston and 1381, parts 1 and 2,” Domi- nique Battles explores the fourteenth- century “politics of Anglo-Saxo n identity” and “the road to rebellion.” Focusing on the poem’s treatment of kingship, oath- taking, and place, among other matters, the articles contribute to our understanding of the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381, with its powerful and complex impact on the most fundamental questions of medieval English society, law, and heritage. We are honored to have published Professor Battles’s important studies. Reid Barbour, Editor 2020 Dominique Battles 2013 Jane Hwang Degenhardt 2019 Curry Kennedy 2012 Jackson C. Boswell 2018 Theresa M. DiPasquale 2011 Curtis Perry 2017 Achsah Guibbory 2010 Debora Kuller Shuger 2016 Joe Moshenska 2009 David Weil Baker 2015 John Fyler 2008 Mary Ann Lund 2014 Stephanie Elsky © 2021 Studies in Philology, Incorporated http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Studies in Philology University of North Carolina Press

Louis Round Wilson Prize for 2020

Studies in Philology , Volume 118 (4) – Oct 5, 2021

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University of North Carolina Press
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Abstract

Editor’s Notes HE Editorial Board of Studies in Philology voted at its annual meet ing in May 2008 to establish an annual prize of $1000 for the Tbest article published in the journal during the previous year. The prize was named in honor of Louis Round Wilson, whose monograph Chaucer’s Relative Constructions appeared as the first issue of Studies in Philology in 1906. Wilson was instrumental in founding and establishing SP, and in helping to ensure that it would have a long and vital future. The award- winning article for 2020 has the distinction of being a two- parter. In “The Middle English Athelston and 1381, parts 1 and 2,” Domi- nique Battles explores the fourteenth- century “politics of Anglo-Saxo n identity” and “the road to rebellion.” Focusing on the poem’s treatment of kingship, oath- taking, and place, among other matters, the articles contribute to our understanding of the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381, with its powerful and complex impact on the most fundamental questions of medieval English society, law, and heritage. We are honored to have published Professor Battles’s important studies. Reid Barbour, Editor 2020 Dominique Battles 2013 Jane Hwang Degenhardt 2019 Curry Kennedy 2012 Jackson C. Boswell 2018 Theresa M. DiPasquale 2011 Curtis Perry 2017 Achsah Guibbory 2010 Debora Kuller Shuger 2016 Joe Moshenska 2009 David Weil Baker 2015 John Fyler 2008 Mary Ann Lund 2014 Stephanie Elsky © 2021 Studies in Philology, Incorporated

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Studies in PhilologyUniversity of North Carolina Press

Published: Oct 5, 2021

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