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Pollard Prize 2016 – winners

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After a very close-run competition, it was decided to award joint first prize to:

Anna Dorofeeva for ‘Miscellanies, Christian reform and early medieval encyclopaedism: a reconsideration of the pre-bestiary Physiologus manuscripts’

[Early Medieval Seminar]

and

Megan Webber for ‘Troubling Agency: Agency and Charity in Early Nineteenth-Century London’

[British History in the Long Eighteenth Century seminar]

 

The Runner-up was

Sam Drake for ‘Since the time of King Arthur: gentry identity and the commonalty of Cornwall c.1300-c.1420’

[Late Medieval seminar]

 

All three papers will be published in Historical Research in due course.

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