2015 Wreden Prize winners

First place: J. L. Pegg, "Natural History, Nebular Fire-Mists, and Extraterrestrial Creations: Collecting Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Cosmological Texts"

Second place: Sarah Sadlier, ""My [Imagined] Life on the Plains": Storytelling and The Battle of the Little Bighorn""

Second place: John Moran, "Natural and Cultural Heritage of the Forgotten Coast and Red Hills"

2015 Wreden Prize Winners
  2015 Wreden Prize Winners. From left to right: Sarah Sadlier, John Moran, and J. L. Pegg.

Special thanks to the judges: Chris Loker, an antiquarian bookseller and curator of One Hundred Books Famous in Children’s Literature recently exhibited at the Grolier Club in New York; Mary and Bruce Crawford, Grolier Club members and collectors who sponsored and curated the Charles Dickens and Show Biz and Mary Webb: Neglected Genius exhibitions in Green Library; Kathleen Smith, curator of Germanic Collections and Medieval Studies; Rebecca Wingfield, curator of American and British Literature; and Glen Worthey, digital humanities librarian.