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Award Winners

The Paul Oskar Kristeller Lifetime Achievement Award 2016

Barbara Lewalski, Harvard University

Previous winners

2015 Michael J. B. Allen
2014 Natalie Zemon Davis
2013 Ronald G. Witt
2012 James Hankins
2011 François Rigolot
2010 Cesare Vasoli
2009 Richard Goldthwaite
2008 Lewis Lockwood
2007 David Rosand
2006 Arthur F. Kinney
2005 John W. O’Malley
2004 Nancy Siraisi
2003 Christiane Klapish-Zuber
2002 David Bevington
2001 Eugenio Garin
2000 Gene A. Brucker
1999 Thomas M. Greene
1998 James S. Ackerman
1997 Charles Trinkaus
1996 F. Edward Cranz


Phyllis Goodhart Gordan Book Prize 2016

Jotham Parsons, Duquesne University
Making Money in Sixteenth-Century France: Currency, Culture, and the State
Cornell University Press

Honorable mention

Peter Arnade, University of Hawaii at Manoa and Walter Prevenier, University of Ghent (Emeritus)
Honor, Vengeance, and Social Trouble: Pardon Letters in the Burgundian Low Countries
Cornell University Press

Previous winners

2015 Lawrence Manley and SallyBeth MacLean
2014 Nicholas Terpstra
2013 Anthony Cascardi
2012 Elizabeth Eva Leach
2011 Andrew Pettegree
2010 Richard A. Goldthwaite
2009 Margaret Meserve
2008 Margreta de Grazia
2007 Tracy E. Cooper
2006 Alison Knowles Frazier
2005 Christopher Celenza
2004 Philip Benedict
2003 Benjamin Schmidt
2002 Alexander Nagel
2001 Ronald G. Witt
2000 Patrick Macey
1999 John Headley
1998 Patricia Fortini Brown
1997 James M. Saslow
1996 Jeffrey Chipps Smith

Previous honorable mention

2015 Gregory Murry
2006 Louis A. Montrose
2006 Debora Shuger
2005 Georgia Clarke
2005 Margaret W. Ferguson
2004 P. Renee Baernstein
2004 Rona Goffen


Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation Book Prize 2015

Mary E. Frank, Independent Scholar
Blake de Maria, Santa Clara University
Reflections on Renaissance Venice: A Celebration of Patricia Fortini Brown
5 Continents Editions

Previous winners

2013 E. Natalie Rothman
2011 Karl Appuhn


William Nelson Prize 2015 for the best article published in Renaissance Quarterly

Renée J. Raphael, University of California, Irvine
“Reading Galileo’s Discorsi in the Early Modern University.” Volume 68, no. 2 (2015): 558–596.

2015 Honorable Mention

Amanda Wunder, CUNY, The Graduate Center and Lehman College
“Women’s Fashions and Politics in Seventeenth-Century Spain: The Rise and Fall of the Guardainfante.” Volume 68, no. 1 (2015): 133–186.

Previous winners

2014 John Gagné
2013 Jessica Buskirk
2012 Ewa Kocieszewska
2012 Jessica Maier (honorable mention)
2011 Stefania Tutino
2010 Erin J. Campbell
2009 Nicholas Scott Baker
2008 Frances Gage
2007 Kristine Louise Haugen
2006 Anne-Laure van Bruaene
2005 Laura Camille Agoston
2004 Philip Schwyzer
2003 Virginia Cox
2003 Stephen J. Campbell
2002 Anthony F. D’Elia
2001 Thomas M. Greene
2000 John M. Headley
1999 Geraldine A. Johnson
1998 Arthur Field
1997 Lyle Massey
1996 Deborah Harkness
1995 Virginia Cox
1994 Katherine Park
1993 Robert Miola
1992 Patrick Macey
1991 Ann Carmichael
1990 Paula Findlen
1989 Richard Goldthwaite
1988 John Monfasani
1987 Michael Keefer
1986 David S. Peterson
1986 Julie F. Goodell
1986 Caroline Walker Bynum
1985 Ingrid Rowland
1984 David Quint


RSA-TCP Article Prize in Digital Renaissance Research 2015

William Weber, Centre College
“Shakespeare After All?: The Authorship of Titus Andronicus 4.1 Reconsidered,” Shakespeare Survey 67 (October 2014).

2015 Honorable Mention

Misha Teramura, Harvard University
“The Admiral’s ‘Vayvode’ of 1598,” Early Theatre18 (2015).

Previous winners

2014 Matthew Steggle
2013 Byron Hamann

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