Ms. Davida Mottram-Epson, a student who has just finished her second year in Liberal Arts at Warwick, has won the award of “Highly Commended" as part of the Greg Wells Prize in the Centre for Renaissance Studies. This competitive prize is open to students from across the university for an essay between 2,000 and 5,000 words on any subject within the scope of Medieval or Renaissance Studies, and recognises undergraduate “scholarly work of outstanding merit, quality, and value” in the field.
Ceara Webster (BA Hons Liberal Arts 2020) has been appointed to a Warwick Innovation Fellowship.
Dr. Bryan Brazeau has recently published an essay on using the earthly paradise as a way of teaching the romance epics of Boiardo, Ariosto, Tasso, and Spenser.
An article by Dr. Bryan Brazeau has just been published in the journal The Italianist (based at Cambridge, Leeds, and Reading).