MAA News – Good News from Our Members

The 2021 Paul Mellon/Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Rome Prize has been awarded to Randall Todd Pippenger (Princeton University), “Left Behind: Veterans, Widows, and Orphans in the Era of the Crusades.”

Terrence Cullen (New York University) has been awarded a 2021 Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowships for his dissertation project, “Take Note: Listening to French Literature in the Long Thirteenth Century.”

Georgia Henley (Saint Anselm College) has been awarded an ACLS Fellowship for her project, “Memory on the Margins: Reimagining the Past in the Medieval Anglo-Welsh Borderlands.”

NEH Summer Stipends have been awarded to Jennifer Bryan (Oberlin College), “Chaucer’s Ovidian Arts: Poetic Influence and Innovation at the Beginning of English Literature” and to Mary Caldwell (University of Pennsylvania), “Musical Hagiography and the Medieval Cult of St. Nicholas in Western Europe (ca. 1100–1500).”

Congratulations! If you have good news to share, please forward it to Executive Director Lisa Fagin Davis,

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