MAA News – Recently-Awarded MAA Grants and Prizes

Congratulations to these recent awardees!

Nahir Otaño Gracia (Univ. of New Mexico) has been awarded the 2022 Inclusivity & Diversity Book Subvention to support the publication of her forthcoming monograph, The Other Faces of Arthur: Whiteness in the Global North Atlantic (Univ. of Pennsylvania Press).

The 2023 CARA Conference Grant has been awarded to the Medieval Association of the Midwest (MAM) and the Mid-American Medieval Association (MAMA) to support their joint 2023 meeting, “The Medieval Out of Time and Place.”

Travel Grants have been awarded to the following scholars to support travel to upcoming conferences to present their work: Juliette Calvarin (MAA Annual Meeting); Kathryn A. Green (International Medieval Congress); Thomas Hewitt (MAA Annual Meeting); Emily McLemore (International Congress of the John Gower Society); Daniel Bennett Page (International Medieval Congress); Randall Todd Pippenger (MAA Annual Meeting); and Tyler Davis Sampson (International Medieval Congress).

MAA Annual Meeting Student Bursaries (supporting travel for students to present their work at the upcoming Annual Meeting) have been awarded to: Hazim Azghari (Oxford Univ); Caolyn Cargile (Fordham Univ.); Frances Eshleman (Fordham Univ.); Adam Mahler (Harvard Univ.); Jane Meyer (Univ. of New Mexico); and Audrey Saxton (Penn State Univ.)

We are thrilled to be able to support the work of these scholars, publications, lectures, and programs!

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