Deadline for applications: Monday, June 7, 2021
Send applications to: Mariya Lesiv (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This award commemorates Violetta (Letty) Maloney Halpert (1919–2009) and her significant contributions to the field of folklore in Canada. Halpert was instrumental in founding Memorial University’s Folklore and Language Archive (MUNFLA) and in building the university’s world-class library holdings in folklore studies.
The prize is awarded for the best student paper presented at our annual conference. The winner will receive a $250 cash prize plus a 3-year membership of FSAC.
To enter your paper for this prize, please submit the full written text (max. 3,000 words) in .doc or .docx format by the end of the final day of the conference. To be eligible, you must have presented the paper yourself. Please note that only the text of the paper will be evaluated.
2020: Hélène Bernadot (Université Laval)
2019: Benoit Vaillancourt (Université Laval)
2018: Ben Staple (Memorial University)
2017: Saeedeh Niktab Etaati (Memorial University)
2016: Gesa Bierwerth (Université Laval)
- 2016 – Gesa Bierwerth (Université Laval)
- 2015 – Claudia Prévost (Université Laval)
- 2014 – Marie-Pier Anctil-Corneau (Université Laval)
- 2013 – Liyanna Fauzi et Marcie Fehr (University of Winnipeg)
- 2012 – Kendra Magnus-Johnston (University of Manitoba)