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  • Editor's NoteLouis Round Wilson Prize for 2018
  • Reid Barbour

THE Editorial Board of Studies in Philology voted at its annual meeting in May 2008 to establish an annual prize of $1000 for the best article published in the journal during the previous year. The prize was named in honor of Louis Round Wilson, whose monograph Chaucer's Relative Constructions appeared as the first issue of Studies in Philology in 1906. Wilson was instrumental in founding and establishing SP, and in helping to ensure that it would have a long and vital future.

We are pleased to award the prize for 2018 to Theresa M. DiPasquale. Her article, entitled "'Lunatique' Satire: Jonsonian Audacity, Lunar Astronomy, and Anne of Denmark in Donne's Ignatius His Conclave," offers a complex, learned, and compelling new reading of one of Donne's most challenging works. Appearing in Studies in Philology 115.1, the essay situates Ignatius His Conclave in a variety of interactive contexts, from the interpretive practices of Ben Jonson to the topical burlesque that rendered Donne's satires both dangerous and brilliant. We are honored to have published Theresa DiPasquale's impressive study.

2018 Theresa M. DiPasquale
2017 Achsah Guibbory
2016 Joe Moshenska
2015 John Fyler
2014 Stephanie Elsky
2013 Jane Hwang Degenhardt
2012 Jackson C. Boswell
2011 Curtis Perry
2010 Debora Kuller Shuger
2009 David Weil Baker
2008 Mary Ann Lund

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