Graduate Student Presentation Prize Winner – 2017

Amanda Perry (New York University) Wins CACLALS 2017 Graduate Student Presentation Prize!

CACLALS warmly congratulates Amanda Perry, PhD candidate at New York University, for being selected by judges Drs. Susie O-Brien, Mariam Pirbhai and Pamela McCallum as the winner of the 2017 CACLALS Graduate Student Presentation Prize, for her paper “Revolution and Repetition: C.L.R. James, the Henry Rebellion, and the Promise of Cuba.”


Finalists Jason Sunder and Brian Lefresne are also commended for their impressive and engaging presentations on Caribbean and South Asian literatures, respectively. Studies in Canadian Literature provided certificates and subscriptions to the finalists, along with consideration of revised papers for publication. In addition, all three finalists were given a one-year complimentary membership to CACLALS.

For a description, criteria for judging, and other information about the prize, see Graduate Student Conference Presentation Prize.

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