Best Paper Award
THE WINNING PAPERS OF THE BEST PAPER AWARD IN 2019 ARE:
Fatima Afzal (Pakistan) - Not My Land: Exile in the poetry of Fahmidah Riaz
Isabela Soloaga (United States) - Transforming Art, Transforming Lives: The Art of the Other in Contemporary Rome
THE WINNING PAPERS OF THE BEST PAPER AWARD IN 2018 ARE:
Hitomi Sato (Japan) - Independent Initiatives During the ‘Normalization’ in Czechoslovakia
Lily Tóth (Hungary) - The Medieval Painted Textile from Riggisberg Against the Background of Hellenistic Judeo-Christian Art
THE WINNING PAPERS OF THE BEST PAPER AWARD IN 2017 ARE:
Nicole Cartier (Colombia) - Danaë as Reflection of Womanhood and the Conception of Female Sexuality through Visual Arts
Agota Kamilla Unger (Hungary) - "Illuminated Manuscripts Uncovered: A short Introduction to Medieval Book Production and its 21st Century Research Instruments"
Klaudia Gumieniak (Poland) - "Innovation of the 11th Century – Objections Regarding the Celibacy"
Dotan Brom (Israel) - "Activism and Innovative Methods for Historical Inquiry - The Haifa Queer History Project as a Case Study"
THE WINNING PAPERS OF THE BEST PAPER AWARD IN 2016 ARE:
Mwangi Thuita (Kenya) - "Christianity and Nationalism During the Inter-war Years in Kenya, 1920-1939"
Indre Douglas (Lithuania) - "The Construction of Hermit Sanctity: The Case of St Anthony"
Daniel Elkind (United States) - "Amandus of Maastricht and the Politics of Mission, ca. 628-38 AD"
Anna Dobrowolska (Poland) - “Solidarity”, Religion and Gender – an Ambiguous Relation?
Caroline Fernelius (United States) - "Wartime Invocations of the Divine: Walt Whitman and America's Civil War"
Mariia Diatlova (Russian Federation) - "The Crosier and the Sword: On Interconnectivity of Church and State Symbols of Power in Medieval Rus"
The winning papers of the Best Paper Award in 2015 are:
Stefan Gužvica (Serbia) – “The Fight for Yugoslavia: Left-Wing and Right-Wing Nationalism of Yugoslav Student Émigrés in Prague”
Frederik Ørskov (Denmark) – “Film Making and Nation Building: Discourses of ‘Danishness’ in State-Initiated Short-Films in the Immediate Post-War Era”
Shweta Raghu (United States) – “Hybrid Genealogy/Pure Performance: Limpieza de Sangre and the Creation of a Global Spanish Empire”
Jessica Salley (United States) – “Where Do We Put the Past? Urban Reconstruction, Archaeology, and Nation-Building in the Early Turkish Republic”
Jack Stein (United States) – “Allies and Rivals: The Competition between the British and Dutch Commercial Empires”