Welcome to the Trollope Prize Website!
The Department of English, in collaboration with the Hall Center for the Humanities, at The University of Kansas is pleased to sponsor The Trollope Prize, an essay contest open to undergraduate and graduate students writing about the works of Victorian novelist Anthony Trollope. Please have a look around our new website, which includes submission dates and criteria as well as directions for entering the contest.
2017 Winners Announced!
Congratulations to the 2017 winners of the Trollope Prize:
Graduate prize: Joel Simundich (PhD Brown University), "Feeling for the World: Everyday Life and the Utopianism of Form in Anthony Trollope’s The Fixed Period”
Undergraduate prize: Katharine Scott (College of William and Mary),“Resisting Redemption: Biblical Echoes and Rural Warnings in Anthony Trollope’s The Small House at Allington”
Graduate prize Honorable Mention: Lindsay Munnelly (University of Indiana)
Read more about the winning essays in our press release (pdf)