Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies

Dorothy Dunnett Academic History Prize Winner 2016

The Dorothy Dunnett prize for 2016 has been awarded to Anne Rutten (University of St Andrews) for her paper 'Textual Communication in the Reigns of Robert II and Robert III of Scotland, 1371-1406'.

CMRS, in conjunction with the Dorothy Dunnett Society, is delighted to announce that the Dorothy Dunnett prize for 2016 has been awarded to Anne Rutten (University of St Andrews) for her paper 'Textual Communication in the Reigns of Robert II and Robert III of Scotland, 1371-1406'. The prize was conceived to promote historical research in areas relating to Dorothy Dunnett's own interests, and is worth £1,000. Many congratulations to Anne Rutten on her work. 

The essay will be published in the society's house journal Whispering Gallery, and it will also be published on their website www.dorothydunnett.org .

Anne's supervisors are Dr Katie Stevenson and Dr Michael Brown.