Winners of the Tolkien Society Awards 2019 were announced at the society’s annual dinner on April 6. The awards “recognize excellence in the fields of Tolkien scholarship and fandom, highlighting our long-standing charitable objective to ‘seek to educate the public in, and promote research into, the life and works of”‘ J.R.R. Tolkien. The society’s trustees choose the shortlist, with winners chosen by the membership.
- “Durin’s Crown and the Mirrormere”, Ted Nasmith
- “Was Tolkien really racist?”, Dimitra Fimi (The Conversation 12/16/18)
- Tolkien: Maker of Middle-earth, Catherine McIlwaine (Bodleian Library)
Outstanding Contribution Award
- Catherine McIlwaine
For more: <www.tolkiensociety.org>.
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