The Modern Language Association of America announced the winners of its fifty-eighth annual William Riley Parker Prize for an outstanding article published in PMLA, the association’s journal of literary scholarship. William Stroebel, Assistant Professor of Modern Greek and Comparative Literature, was announced as one of three authors awarded this prize for his article, “Longhand Lines of Flight: Cataloging Displacement in a Karamanli Refugee’s Commonplace Book” (PMLA, March 2021).

The William Riley Parker Prize is the oldest award given by the Modern Language Association, the principal professional organization in the United States and Canada for scholars of language and literature. PMLA is the journal of the Modern Language Association of America.

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