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Marshelle Woodward, PhD, assistant professor of English, received the 2016 Tony Hilfer Prize for best essay by Texas Studies in Literature and Language (TSLL).

Woodward’s essay, “Paradox Regained: Reconsidering Thomas Browne’s Double Hermeneutics,” focuses on the English physician, essayist and polymath of the 17th century and his research on hermeneutics, the science of interpretation, especially the interpretation of biblical and literary texts.

TSLL is a peer-reviewed academic journal devoted to the humanities. It publishes essays that reflect a variety of critical approaches and all periods of literary history, with selected issues centering on special topics.

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Submitted by: College Communications