Erin Sullivan wins Cultural History prize

Congratulations to Dr Erin Sullivan who has been awarded the International Society for Cultural History’s 2011 Essay Prize for her piece entitled ‘The Watchful Spirit: Religious Anxieties toward Sleep in Seventeenth-Century England’.

The prize recognizes ‘the best article on cultural history’ written by scholars who have completed their PhD within the past 5 years. It is intended to bring attention to work that makes ‘an insightful contribution to scholarship on cultural history through methodological innovation, theoretical originality or historiographical significance’.