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Philosophy PhD student Rosa Ritunnano has been awarded the the 2021 Wolfe Mays Essay Prize for Early Career Researchers by The British Society for Phenomenology (BSP) and the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology (JBSP).

The theme for 2021 was Engaged Phenomenology. In her essay, Rosa argues that the adoption of a critical phenomenological stance may improve conditions of marginalisation as lived by individuals affected by psychosis.

The essay is forthcoming in the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology (JBSP).