NeMLA awards an annual prize for the best essay developed from a paper presented by contingent faculty, adjunct instructors, independent scholars, and two-year college faculty members. The competition is limited to papers presented by CAITY members at a session during the previous NeMLA convention.
Email submissions to email@example.com as two separate Microsoft Word document by January 6 with:
NeMLA awards an annual prize to the best graduate student paper presented at any of the previous three convention’s sessions. The Essay Award is open to any participant who was a graduate student when they presented.
Email submissions as two separate Microsoft Word document files to firstname.lastname@example.org by January 15 with:
The Northeast Modern Language Association is proud to sponsor a special essay prize, awarded by the Diversity Caucus, for a revised paper in Postcolonial Studies presented at one of the previous two NeMLA Conventions.
Please email submissions as two separate Microsoft Word document files to email@example.com by December 15 with:
The NeMLA Women’s and Gender Studies Caucus invites submissions for the “Best Essay in Women’s and Gender Studies Award” given for a paper presented at the previous two sessions of the NeMLA Convention using women and/or gender-centered approaches. This essay may not be submitted to another contest for the duration of the award’s deliberation. Essays must be submitted in English.
Earlier WGSC Essay Award Winners