Winners

Interview: Fiona Sampson MBE, editor of Poem – part 2

Fiona Sampson, editor of Poem, was appointed a Member of the British Empire in the 2017 New Year’s Honours list, for her services to literature and the literary community. In the second of two interviews, she offers her thoughts on the field of poetry and the wider literary community. How can we ensure that poetry… Read more »

Interview: Fiona Sampson MBE, editor of Poem – part 1

Fiona Sampson, editor of Poem, was appointed a Member of the British Empire in the 2017 New Year’s Honours list, for her services to literature and the literary community. In the first of two interviews, she tells us more about Poem, and offers her advice to aspiring poets who want to get published. What distinguishes… Read more »

Winner’s story: Gerrit Bloothooft and David Onland

We hope this winning study inspires other onomastic researchers to dig into the rich historical textual and onomastic information that is rapidly becoming available digitally The enormous growth in digitized historical information opens new opportunities for onomastic research that goes beyond the possibilities of small samples. Our study on the occurrence of multiple first names… Read more »

Winner’s story: Lauren White and Guy Faulkner

We would like to thank the editors of the International Journal of Health Promotion and Education and the Taylor & Francis Group for honoring us with the Pittu Laungani award. The awarded paper reports a four-year evaluation of Sports Day In Canada (SDIC) – an event that celebrates the role of sport within communities across… Read more »

Winner’s story: Peter Cronkleton and Anne Larson

This was the first year that the editors had given the Rabel J. Burdge and Donald R. Field Outstanding Article Award so it came as a surprise, as we had not submitted our article for consideration. We received a message from the editors of Society & Natural Resources informing us that we had won the… Read more »