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Ha corónica A Journal of Medieval Spanish Language, Literature 8c Cultural Studies INTERNATIONAL BOOKAWARD The La corónica International Book Award is an annual prize for the best monograph published on medieval Iberian language, literature and cultural studies. The Award is announced each May at the International Congress of Medieval Studies held at Western Michigan University, and a special session is convoked during the followingyear's Congress to honor the recipient and advance the themes ofhis or her research, the honorée serving as principal respondent. A cash prize, an engraved pewter canister, and a certificate accompany the Award. Anthologies of studies by multiple authors, collections of previously published articles, teaching tools, popularizations of medieval life, data bases, non-critical editions and creative works of fiction or verse are not eligible for this award. Submission of entries can be made by authors, their publishers, their academic institutions, or their colleagues by sending three copies of the book to the Editor of La corónica by October 1 each year for a book bearing an imprint from the previous year (e.g., submissions by October 1, 2006 for books published in 2005). Please include contact information for the party making the nomination and for the author of the book submitted. WINNERS OF THE INTERNATIONAL BOOKAWARD 2005— H. Salvador Martinez. Alfonso X el Sabio. Una biografía (Madrid: Polifemo, 2003). 2006— Barbara Weissberger. Isabel Rules. Constructing Queenship, Wielding Power (Minneapolis: U of Minnesota Press, 2004). ...


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