Gerard Passannante Awarded the 2014 Harry Levin Prize

March 11, 2014

Congratulations to Gerard Passannante who was awarded the Harry Levin Prize from the American Comparative Literature Association!

Gerard Passannante's book, The Lucretian Renaissance: Philology and Afterlife of Tradition (University of Chicago Press, 2011) was awarded the Harry Levin Prize which,

"Recognizes an outstanding first book in the discipline of comparative literature; fields may include literary or cultural theory or history, or any other field of comparative literature. The 2014 Levin Prize will be awarded to a book published in the triennium 2011-13 as the author's first book-length publication, and will be awarded at the ACLA annual meeting in 2014 in New York City."