Gwilym Jones’ Shakespeare’s Storms wins Shakespeare’s Globe Book Award

We’re delighted to announce that Gwilym Jones, Lecturer in Renaissance Literature in Westminster’s English Department, has won the 2016 Shakespeare’s Globe Book Award, which is awarded every two years to the best monograph by a first-time author in the field.

The award for Gwilym’s book Shakespeare’s Storms, published by Manchester University Press, will be presented by this year’s Sam Wanamaker Award winner and Fellow, Professor Gordon McMullan, and was judged by a panel of prestigious academics chaired by Patrick Spottiswoode, Director of Education at the Globe Theatre in London.

As this year’s Award winner, Gwilym will be delivering a public lecture in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse on 6 October. Find out more and book tickets.

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