Our congratulations go to Lydnsey Stonebridge, who has won the Rose Mary Crawshay Prize, awarded by the British Academy. The prize was awarded for her book The Judicial Imagination: Writing After Nuremberg.

The Rose Mary Crawshay Prize was established in April 1888 by Mrs Rose Mary Crawshay as ‘The Byron, Shelley, Keats In Memoriam Yearly Prize Fund’. In 1914, some years after her death, the Charity Commissioners transferred the administration of the prize fund to the Academy. It is now awarded for a historical or critical work on any subject connected with English Literature by a woman of any nationality.