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News                                                                                            

Monday 17 June 2019, 6pm 

Katie Lentakis Memorial Fund Award 2019

King's College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS

 

Dr Anastasia Bakogianni: ‘Fidelity vs. Creativity: The Screen Reception of Ancient Tragedy in Modern Greece’

 

The League is pleased to announce the winner and short-listed students for the Katie Lentakis Memorial Fund Award 2019.

 

The winner of the £500 award is Gina Prat Lilly for an essay entitled: 'Between dictatorship and exile: Two Antigones of postwar Spain. Salvador Espriu’s Antígona and María Zambrano’s La tumba de Antígona.' 

 

The two highly commended entries are Medea Manaz for an essay entitled: ‘Is Acting Madness? A Metatheatrical Reading of Euripides’ Bacchae’ and Mark Coomber for 'The Importance of Christianity to the Imperial Ideology of the Empire of Trebizond 1204-1448’. 


At a well-attended ceremony in the Council Room of King's College London, the Chair of the League congratulated the winner and short-listed students for the very high standard of their submissions. 

 

The award ceremony was followed by an illustrated lecture given by Dr Anastasia Bakogianni, Lecturer in Classical Studies at Massey University, New Zealand. 

Council elected for 2019-20

 

At its meeting on 13 June 2019, the Annual General Meeting unanimously elected all candidates nominated and seconded to be members (=trustees) of the Council for 2019-2020. Dr Isabelle Clark, Ms Roula Konzotis and Mr Dimitrios Loumanis join the Council for the first time. Thanks were expressed to the departing members for their long service to the League: Mr Robin Gourlay, Prof Sir Michael Llewellyn-Smith and Sir David Miers. You can find the full list of members of the Council here.

THE RUNCIMAN AWARD 2019

 

Two joint winners, four others short-listed and highly commended

 

The Runciman judges met on 1 May to assess the field of 51 books submitted for the Runciman Award this year. They arrived at a short list of six books from which they chose two joint winners. The £9,000 award, sponsored by Elias Paraskevas Attorneys1933, will be shared between: 

 

Time and its Adversaries in the Seleucid Empire

Paul J Kosmin

Belknap Press of Harvard

 

The Transformation of Athens

Robin Osborne

Princeton University Press

 

Also on the short list were the following four books which the judges commended highly: 

 

The Gardens of Corfu

Rachel Weaving with Marianne Majerus

Impress

 

The Excerpta Constantiniana and the Byzantine Appropriation of the Past

Andras Németh

CUP

 

The Best of the Grammarians

Francesca Schironi

University of Michigan Press

 

Hesiod, Works and Days

A E Stallings (trans.)

Penguin Classics

 

The award ceremony was held at the Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, London W1U 5AS on Thursday 13 June.

 

For further information visit our website: runcimanaward.org.

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