Constance M. Rourke Prize (finalist)

  • Siobhan B Somerville (Recipient)

Prize

Description

The Constance M. Rourke Prize is awarded annually to the best article published in American Quarterly that was written by a current member of the American Studies Association. The award honors Constance M. Rourke, an influential scholar and educator who wrote widely in the fields of popular culture, humor, and cultural history. Rourke taught at Vassar College and was foundational in the development of American studies as an intellectual field.
Awarded date2006
OrganizationsAmerican Studies Association

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American Studies
Honor Award
Cultural History
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Popular Culture
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