Awards

Naomi Schor Memorial Award

The Naomi Schor Memorial award is given to the best essay by a graduate student giving a presentation at the annual meeting of the Nineteenth-Century French Studies Colloquium. Note that submissions are limited to 3,000 words (excluding notes and bibliography), previous Schor award winners may not submit, and submission implies the presenter will attend the colloquium banquet where the prize will be awarded.

The deadline for submissions is October 16. Please send your submission as a Word attachment to corrycropper@gmail.com. Note that the author should not include her or his name in the attached file.

Lawrence R. Schehr Memorial Award

In remembrance of Larry Schehr’s profound commitment to mentoring junior faculty, this prize recognizes the best essay presented at the NCFS Colloquium by an untenured PhD within the first 6 years since receiving the degree. Note that submissions are limited to 3,000 words (excluding notes and bibliography), previous Schehr awarded winners may not submit, and submission implies the presenter will attend the colloquium banquet where the prize will be awarded.

The deadline for submissions is October 16. Please send your submission as a Word attachment to corrycropper@gmail.com. Note that the author should not include her or his name in the attached file.

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Contributions to the NCFS Association Memorial Award Fund, by check payable to “NCFS Association,” should be mailed to:

Professor Corry Cropper
3134 JFSB
Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602

Click here for the list of past award recipients.