The winner of this year’s prize is Mark A. Tabone’s “Multidirectional Rememory: Slavery and the Holocaust in John A. Williams’s Clifford’s Blues.” The judge is Michele Elam. Elam’s scholarship and teaching in interdisciplinary humanities research spans literature and social science in order to examine changing cultural interpretations of gender and race. Her most recent scholarship is especially interested in how racial perception impacts outcomes for health, wealth, and social justice.

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