Haskins Medal
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Awarded forProduction of a distinguished book in medieval studies
CountryUnited States
Presented byMedieval Academy of America
First awarded1940
Currently held byRobert Ousterhout

The Haskins Medal is an annual medal awarded by the Medieval Academy of America. It is awarded for the production of a distinguished book in the field of medieval studies.[1]

Award

The Haskins Medal is awarded by a committee of three; a chairman, and two members appointed by the president of the Medieval Academy of America, on a three-year rotating term. The presentation of the medal is announced each spring at the annual meeting of the academy. Graham Carey designed the Haskins Medal in 1939, and each one has the name of the recipient and the date engraved on the edge. The medal was first awarded in 1940, and is presented in honor of the medieval historian Charles Homer Haskins, the founder and second president of the academy.[2]

List of medalists

Haskins Medal recipients:[3]

References

Footnotes

  1. ^ Abbarno 2007, p. 419; Lumley 2001, p. 500.
  2. ^ "Grants and Prizes – Academy Sponsored". Cambridge, Massachusetts: Medieval Academy of America. Archived from the original on July 29, 2009. Retrieved October 1, 2009.
  3. ^ "Haskins Medal Recent Recipients". Cambridge, Massachusetts: Medieval Academy of America. Retrieved October 22, 2013.

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