The BWWA Constance Fulmer Award in Mentorship
This award recognizes outstanding mentorship of early-career scholars of long 18th- and 19th-century British women writers. Mentorship, broadly defined, is one of the BWWA’s central values as supporting and empowering younger scholars is vital to diversifying and developing our field.
This award was renamed in 2020 in honor of Constance Fulmer, a long-time Association member and BWWC participant who embodied the very spirit of generous, feminist mentorship.
By March 1, please submit nominating letters to the awards committee via our Contact Form.
2020: Constance Marie Fulmer (Pepperdine University)
2012: Linda K. Hughes (Texas Christian University)
2010: Teresa Mangum (University of Iowa)
2008: Cindy LaCom (Slippery Rock University) and Pamela Corpron Parker (Whitworth University)