Ceræ is delighted to offer a prize of $200 (AUD), which will be awarded to the best themed or non-themed article submission submitted by a graduate student or early-career researcher (ECR) for both Volume 7 and Volume 8. Ceræ considers the definition of an ECR:
- to be someone who has either been awarded their doctorate not more than 5 years prior to submitting their article for consideration,
- or has been awarded a masters-level or bachelor-level degree,
- and that a graduate student must be either currently enrolled in a higher-research degree, or have a dissertation currently under review.
Ceræ is able to offer this prize thanks to the generosity of our past and present sponsors. For a full list of the organisations which support us, please visit our Sponsorship page. For more details on all our previous prize winners, please see the blog posts under Prizes and Bursaries.
Previous Ceræ Prize Winners:
Volume 6 (2019): Landscapes:
Sofia Fagiolo – The Pious Knight in Medieval Hagiography, c. 930–1058
Volume 5 (2018): Representations and Recollections of Empire:
Miranda Lee Elston – ‘Holy Things:’ Dürer’s ‘Feast of the Rosary’ in the Rudolfine Court
Volume 4 (2017): Influence and Appropriation:
Jocelyn Hargrave – Aphra Behn: Cultural Translator and Editorial Intermediary
Volume 3 (2016): Words, Signs, and Feelings:
Lisa Tagliaferri – ‘A Gentlewoman of the Courte’: Introducing and Translating the Court Lady
Volume 2 (2015): Transitions, Fractures, and Fragments:
Volume 1 (2014): Emotions in History:
Andrea Brady – The Physics of Melting in Early Modern Love Poetry
David Thorley – The Melancholy of Henry More
The Ceræ committee reserves the right not to award a prize in any given year.
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