Bernard Jackson student prize 2017
Tuesday, November 14, 2017 at 12:44PM
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Post-graduate prize. This prize is awarded annually to the student with 'the highest grade for a master's dissertation in Jewish Studies' at the University of Manchester. It honours the Centre's second co-director Bernard Jackson. For 2017 the prize of £100 was awarded to Emma Berg Saavedra (MA in English Studies) for 'The Price of Yiddishkait in Postwar America: Bernard Malamud's The Magic Barrel and Philip Roth's Goodbye, Columbus' (supervised by Fred Schurink). Further information.

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