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Harold G. Jones Award

Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures

About the prize

The Symposium editorial board is pleased to announce the annual Harold G. Jones Award for Best Essay in the amount of $1500.  All essays published in the 2021 volume year will considered for the prize.  Questions about the award or submissions can be addressed to Editor Kathryn Everly at [email protected].

The editorial board extends its congratulations to the recipient of the Harold G. Jones Award for the best essay published in the journal in 2019:

Adam L. Winkel (High Point University), "The Tyrannies of the In-Between: Liminality in Antonio Buero Vallejo's Historia de una escalera," Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures, vol. 73, no. 2, 2019, pp. 113-26.

Submissions Information

Questions about the awards or submissions can be addressed to Editor Kathryn Everly at [email protected]

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Author(s) Article Volume Issue
Best Essay 2019 Adam L. Winkel The Tyrannies of the In-Between: Liminality in Antonio Buero Vallejo's Historia de una escalera 73 2
Best Essay 2018 Andrea S. Thomas Judith Gautier, Vers LibJudith Gautier, Vers Libre, and the Faux Eastre, and the Faux East 72 2
Best Graduate Student Essay: 2015 Sonja Stojanovic Marie Darrieussecq’s Ghost 69 4
Best Junior Scholar Essay: 2015 Lauren Brown Spatial Identities and Glissantian Detour: Narrative Strategies in Maryse Condé's Traversée de la mangrove 69 2
Best Senior Scholar Essay: 2015 Maria DiFrancesco Facing the Specter of Immigration in Biutiful 69 1