'Exemplaria' receives Phoenix Award for Significant Editorial Achievement
Posted: May 22, 2012
Exemplaria, an academic journal dedicated to medieval and Renaissance studies and co-edited by Department of English Associate Professor Elizabeth Scala, has won the 2011 Phoenix Award for Significant Editorial Achievement from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals.
Established in 1987, the Phoenix Award recognizes the most improved scholarly journal regardless of its state when renovations began. For Exemplaria, judges noted “significant development for this already excellent journal” over the past three years.
The journal is edited by four US academics: Noah Guynn (University of California, Davis), Patricia Clare Ingham (Indiana University), Tison Pugh (University of Central Florida), and Elizabeth Scala (University of Texas at Austin).
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About Elizabeth Scala
Elizabeth Scala writes and teaches about Chaucer, the history of Chaucer studies, and the textual environments of medieval literature. Her recently published essays focus on the circulation of desire in the Canterbury Tales; the phallic jokes in the General Prologue and modern historicist criticism; and illustrations of the Canterbury pilgrims in manuscript and modern books. She has published The Post-Historical Middle Ages (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), a collection of essays co-edited with Sylvia Federico. She is currently working on a book on Desire in the Canterbury Tales and is a co-director of the Texas Institute for Literary and Textual Studies, 2012-2013: The Fate of the Book.