Past Prize Winners

2004 Prize Winners

The prize was shared between Joseph R. Johnson (NYU) and Jamie Page (St Andrews/ Durham).

Joe Johnson (l) and Jamie Page (r)

Johnson won for his essay ‘Domestication and its Discontents’, which explored the semantic and conceptual structures of Herbert’s Roman de Dolopathos (c. 1210).

Page’s winning entry was called ‘Sex and Secrecy: The Earliest Prosecution of Abortion in the German-Speaking Lands’, analysing an fascinating legal case.

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