Jerome Roche Prize 2021

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The Jerome Roche Prize was inaugurated in 2001 in memory of the British scholar Jerome Roche (1942-1994). The prize is awarded annually by the RMA for a distinguished article by a scholar in the early stages of his or her career.

Articles should be in English, and either from a journal, an edited volume or a book of conference proceedings. The nominated piece of work must have been published in 2020.

Full details including how to nominate are available on our Jerome Roche Prize Page.

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