In exceptional cases, more than one essay may be jointly awarded the Prize, and the prize money divided between them. The winner is chosen by a subcommittee of the BSHP Management Committee, which may request opinion from external experts on the entries. The Prize winner is announced at the BSHP annual spring conference, and the winner may be encouraged to submit their paper for consideration in the British Journal for the History of Philosophy. The competition is open to postgraduate students who are in full- or part-time education for at least six months in the year prior to the deadline for submission.
The Significances of Food. During her fellowship, she analyzed the production and use of a midth-century medical compilation in their collection.
Also at the Mertz Library, she organized a medieval and early modern book exhibit to accompany Fordham's Biduum Latinum.
The article is based on the first chapter of his dissertation and is entitled "Bodies Hardened for War: Knighthood in Fifteenth-Century England. He presented "A Sacred Birthright: Louis University in October.
Her thesis investigates the impact of miracle stories and anti-clerical uprisings on the sculptural programs of gothic cathedrals, with a focus on Laon Cathedral. Nesbitt, for the issue of Comitatus. In her paper, she examined the figurative language of prostitution through which early modern writers criticized emerging print culture.
He delivered the paper "The Oxford Outremer Map: He also recently published "Overall and Aquinas on Miracles" in Dialogue: She will spend her fellowship year as a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Historical Research in London, where she will finish researching and writing her dissertation.
Graduate Essay Prize. The BSHP Graduate Student Essay Prize of £ is awarded annually to the writer of an essay that makes a significant contribution to the history of philosophy. The deadline this year is 30/10/ Social Media and News. Graduate Student Essay Prize The North American Society for Sport History (NASSH) gives an annual award to graduate students for original work in sport history. The NASSH Prize is awarded annually to the graduate student whose historical essay is judged by the committee to be of the highest quality. Tobias Hrynick (History, MVST '15) received the Loomie Prize from the History department as well as the O'Callaghan Graduate Essay Prize in Medieval Studies. Jennifer Illig (Theology) received a Lilly Postdoctoral Fellowship from Valparaiso University in Indiana.
On May 31, she will give an invited lecture on the development of borough customary law at the University of York. In July, she will attend the International Medieval Congress at the University of Leeds, where she will give a paper on "Borough Customary Law and Civic Officials in the 14th Century" for the Society for Fourteenth Century Studies and will also be participating in a roundtable on learned clerks in medieval England.
Two Religious Figures in the Dissolution. She became a reader for Hortulus, the online graduate journal for medieval studies. An Edition of His In Sent.
Zita Toth Philosophy received a Tomasic Fellowship. New York is my campus. Fordham is my school.Graduate Essay Prize.
The BSHP Graduate Student Essay Prize of £ is awarded annually to the writer of an essay that makes a significant contribution to the history of philosophy.
The deadline this year is 30/10/ Social Media and News. AJHS Announces a New Award Title: The Henry L. Feingold Graduate Student Essay Prize (formerly the Wasserman Student Essay Award) The Henry L.
Feingold Graduate Student Essay Prize in American Jewish History is awarded biennially for an outstanding paper submitted by a graduate student. Tobias Hrynick (History, MVST '15) received the Loomie Prize from the History department as well as the O'Callaghan Graduate Essay Prize in Medieval Studies.
Jennifer Illig (Theology) received a Lilly Postdoctoral Fellowship from Valparaiso University in Indiana. The ASEEES Graduate Student Essay Prize was established in and is awarded for an outstanding essay by a graduate student in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies.
The winner of the competition receives free roundtrip domestic airfare to and room at the ASEEES Annual Convention and an honorary ASEEES membership for .
The Society for the Social History of Medicine (SSHM) now invites submissions to its Roy Porter Student Essay Prize Competition. This prize will be awarded to the best original, unpublished essay in the social history of medicine submitted to the competition as judged by the SSHM’s assessment panel.
The American Jewish Historical Society awards the Ruth B. Fein Prize, a travel stipend established in honor of a past president of the Society, to a graduate student to help undertake research at the American Jewish Historical Society.
The award is up to $1, The deadline for submission is April 20,