Black Bartholomew’s day wins award
David J. Appleby’s Black Bartholomew’s day has been awarded the Richard L. Greaves Award by the International John Bunyan Society. The Richard L. Greaves Award is an award that is presented triennially to an outstanding book on the history, literature, thought, practices, and legacy of English Protestantism to 1700. The award is not limited to studies of Bunyan, and can be conferred on authors who are not members of the IJBS.
This is only the second time the award has been given, the first recipient being Isabel Hofmeyr of Princeton University.
Although the book has but one mention of Bunyan, the committee agreed that the book’s contribution to dissenting studies was ‘exceptional’.
To find out more about the International John Bunyan Society follow this link: http://www.arts.ualberta.ca/~dgay/Bunyan.htm
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