Dr Hannah Sullivan is awarded the Rose Mary Crawshay Prize
The Academy’s oldest prize, established in 1888 by Mrs Rose Mary Crawshay. Prizes are awarded to a woman of any nationality for ‘an historical or critical work of sufficient value on a any subject in English Literature, preference being given to a work regarding one of the poets Byron, Shelley and Keats’.
The 2014 Rose Mary Crawshay Prize is awarded to Dr Hannah Sullivan (University of Oxford) for The Work of Revision.
Please see the British Academy website for further details of all Prizes awarded.