The Society for French Studies is pleased to announce that the recipient of this year’s R. Gapper Postgraduate Essay Prize is Daisy Gudmunsen (King’s College London), for an essay entitled ‘On the Representation of Jewishness in Denis Guénoun’s Un Sémite and Jacques Derrida’s Le Monolinguisme de l’autre’.

The R. Gapper Postgraduate Essay Prize includes an award of £750 and expenses-paid travel to the Annual Conference of the Society, which this year is being held at the University of Durham from 3 to 5 July.

The Society offers its congratulations to Daisy Gudmunsen on her achievement, and also to the runner-up for this year’s award, Vittoria Fallanca (University of Oxford), for an essay entitled ‘The Design of the Essais: Montaigne and the language of ‘dessein’’.

The Society for French Studies gratefully acknowledges the generous support of the R. Gapper Charitable Trust for this prize.