Rev. Kevin P. Spicer, CSC, (distinguished scholarship); Rev. Steven Avella (distinguished teaching), and the Cushwa Center are honored for their extraordinary contribution to the field of Catholic studies.
Keeley’s Reagan’s Gun-Toting Nuns: The Catholic Conflict Over Cold War Human Rights Policy in Central America receives the the prize that honors the book that has “made the most original and distinguished contribution to the history of the Catholic Church.”
Marcus receives the book prize in Italian history for “an unexpected discovery of how the censorship process, expurgating books and licensing readers, contributed to the professionalization of medical science and practice.”
Sean Jacobson (Loyola University Chicago) and Sofía Maurette (University of Maryland) were recognized for their outstanding papers that will be presented at the 2022 Annual Meeting. The grant will be used to fund travel to New Orleans.