Edna Steeves Prize for Best Student Graduate Paper
The Edna Steeves Prize is an award of $300 for the best paper delivered by a graduate student at the Annual Meeting. This prize, established in 1994, honors the memory of the late Edna L. Steeves of the English Department at the University of Rhode Island, a founding member who served as Secretary -Treasurer of NEASECS from 1989 until her death in 1995.
The winner of the prize is selected by an interdisciplinary committee appointed by the President of NEASECS. Graduate students presenting papers at the 2010 Conference at Buffalo are invited to submit their papers for consideration for the Edna Steeves Prize. Please forward a copy of the paper electronically to Dr. Lisa Berglund at The submission deadline is September 30, 2010.
Illustration: William Hogarth.  The Lady's Last Stake.  Albright-Knox Art Gallery.