Winners of the ENAS Awards for Best PhD and MA Thesis 2019

The ENAS Award for Best PhD Thesis 2019 goes to Growing Sideways: Challenging Boundaries between Childhood and Adulthood in Twenty-First Century Britain (2018) by Anne Malewski (Department of English and Creative Writing, University of Roehampton, London).

 

The ENAS Award for Best MA Thesis 2019 goes to Cultural Age Markers and Differential Treatment Due to Age: How Do We Know Someone is Old? by Anne Velardi (University of Anchorage).

 

Runners up for the ENAS Award for Best PhD Thesis 2019 are Ageing in Welsh Fiction in English, 1906-2012: Bodies, Culture, Time and Memory (2018) by Elinor Shepley (School of English, Communication and Philosophy, Cardiff University)
and Empowering the Elderly? A Qualitative Study of Municipal Home-health Visits and Everyday Rehabilitation (2017) by Amy Clotworthy (Department of Ethnology, University of Copenhagen)