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The Loomie Prize

Past Winners

2018

Glauco Schettini, ""Geographies of Revolution: Italy, Europe, and the Mediterranean in the Age of the French Revolution"

2017

No Award Given

2016

Tobias Hrynick, "Docke and Recordane: The Case Study of a Milling Dispute in the Latin East"

2015

Christine Kelly, "Gender, the Popular Front, and the Folk Song Revival through Sing Out! Magazine, 1950-1968"

Rachel Podd, "Interrogating the Guaridoras: Women, Medicine, and Magic in Catalonia Before the Plague"

2014

Tobias Hrynick, "The Customs of Romney Marsh: Compromise and Common Interest in Wetland Administration"

2013

Louisa Foroughi, "This Was Found in An Olde Written Booke: An Edition of Fols. 1-32 of Columbia University Library Plimpton MS 259, A Late Medieval Miscellany"

Hannah Shepard, "Vanished in Plain Sight: Scots-Irish Presbyterians in Wisconsin, 1830-1890"

2012

Jeffrey Doolittle, "Negotiating Murder in the Historiae of Gregory of Tours"

2011

Anna Moscatiello, "Ward Communities and Local Administration in Medieval London, 1250-1400"

2010

Margaret Gurewitz Lutes, "Paul Albar's Apocalyptic Theology in the Indiculus Luminosus"

2009

Richard Hresko, "London Arms and Amor-makers in the Fourteenth Century: A Portrait of a Medieval Industrial Sector"

2008

No Award Given.

2007

Samantha Sagui, "Crime and Conviviality: The Social Space of Urban Drinking-Houses in Medieval England"

Mellisa Kelley, "'The Bond that Binds Us:' The Supreme Court of the Confederate States of America, and the Ideological Underpinnings of the Confederate States of America"

2006

Maeve Ryan, "The Lambs Bit Back: Rebel Laity and the Birth Control Revolution"

2005

No Award Given.

2004

Lena Amarosa, "Distress in the Little Commonwealth: Investigating Household Violence in Seventeenth-Century America"

2003

Heidi Febert, "Buckled, Wired and Pinned: The Mass Consumption of Metal Dress Accessories in Late Medieval England"

2002

Clare Brewster, "Brokering Salvation and Preaching Paradise for Profit: The Friars in Merchants' Clothing and the Emergence of a Commercial Culture in Late Medieval Europe"

2001

Robert Jensen, "A Man between Two Worlds: The Idea of Conversion in the Works of Cassiodorus"

2000

Daniel Bornstein, "Labourers Asserting Themselves: Labour Migration in Post-Black Death Lincolnshire"

1999

Michael A. Vargas, "Settling a Dispute In Foro Penitentie in Thirteenth-Century Catalonia: Raymond of Penyafort's Experiment in the Rhetoric of Peacemaking"

1998

Brian Klinzig, "The Gendering of the Supernatural: A Typology of the Mir acles in the Golden Legend"

1997

No Award Given

1996

Laurel Ann Wilson, "The Other Cloth: Linen and Canvas in Medieval England"

1995

Derek A. Rivard, "Pro Iter Agentibus: The Ritual Blessings of Pilgrims and their Insignia in MS Rome, Biblioteca Casanatense 614"

1994

Dalia Leonardo,  "League Polemics and Monarchical Crisis During the Reign of Henry III (1588-1589)"

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