The following graduate students in the Department of English and Comparative Literature have won awards for their accomplishments in the 2018-2019 academic year. Congratulations!

  • Kylan Rice won the Bain Award for excellence achieved by a second-year student  in pre-1900 American Literature or in Southern Literature.
  • Rory Sullivan won the Breen Award for outstanding work in the field of medieval studies.
  • Eddie Moore won the J. Lee Greene Award for outstanding work on race and ethnicity in literary studies.
  • Anneke Schwob won the Holman Award for outstanding record writing a dissertation in pre-1900 American Literature.
  • Katharine Landers won the Howell-Voitle Award for outstanding work on a dissertation in the Early Modern Period.
  • Rachel Isom won the Thompson Award for outstanding work on a dissertation in 18th or 19th-century British Literature.
  • Elisa Faison won the Wagner-Martin Award for outstanding record writing a dissertation in post-1900 American Literature.
  • Rachel Norman won the Falk Award for best dissertation in Comparative Literature.
  • Anna Broadwell-Gulde won the Falk Award for best graduate essay prize in a Comparative Literature course.
  • Sean DiLeonardi won the Bittner Award for best doctoral work in literature and media or press.
  • Kenneth Lota won the Nolan Award for excellence in film studies.
Congratulations to the DOECL Small Award Recipients
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