Previous SEMA Award Winners

 

2015

Teaching Excellence – M. Brad Busbee (Samford University)

Scholarly Achievement – Larissa “Kat” Tracy (Longwood University)

Best First Book – Amy Vines (University of North Carolina – Greensboro)

Women’s Power in Late Medieval Romance

Anne Latowsky (University of South Florida)

Emperor of the World: Charlemagne and the Construction of Imperial Authority, 800-1229

2014

Teaching Excellence – Jo Koster (Winthrop University)

Scholarly Achievement – Lorraine K. Stock (University of Houston)

Best First Book – Alison Gulley (Appalachian State University)

The Displacement of the Body in Aelfric’s Virgin Martyr Lives

2013

Teaching Excellence – Lisi Oliver (Louisiana State University)

Scholarly Achievement – Shira Schwam-Baird (University of North Florida)

Best First Book – Matthew Gabriele (Virginia Tech)

An Empire of Memory: The Legend of Charlemagne, the Franks, and Jerusalem before the First Crusade 

2012

Teaching Excellence – Joseph Wittig (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill)

Scholarly Achievement – Connie Scarborough (Texas Tech University)

Best First Book – Laine Doggett (St. Mary’s College)

Love Cures: Healing and Love Magic in Old French Romance

2011

Teaching Excellence – Alan Baragona (Virginia Military Institute)

Scholarly Achievement – Tison Pugh (University of Central Florida)

2010

Teaching Excellence – Nathan Howard (University of Tennessee, Martin)

Best First Book – Micheal Crafton (Clayton State University)

The Political Artistry of the Bayeux Tapestry: A Visual Epic of Norman Imperial Ambitions

2009

Teaching Excellence – Tom Hanks (Baylor University)

2008

Teaching Excellence – Lorraine Stock (University of Houston)

Best First Book – Warren Edminster (Murray State University)

The Preaching Fox: Festive Subversion in the Plays of the Wakefield Master

2007

Teaching Excellence – Gloria Betcher (Iowa State University)

Scholarly Achievement – Albrecht Classen (Arizona State University)

Best First Book – Dan O’Sullivan (University of Mississippi)

Marian Devotion in Thirteenth-Century French Lyric

 

 

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