All are welcome. Reception to follow.
Duggan’s PhD thesis, “Communal Justice in Thirteenth-Century England” completed at King’s College, London in 2017 received the 2018 Leonard Boyle Prize from the Canadian Society of Medievalists. This prize is awarded annually to the most outstanding thesis in any field of medieval studies produced by a Canadian or someone resident in Canada.
In 2017, Duggan received the David Yale Prize of the Selden Society for his article “The Hue and Cry in Thirteenth-Century England.” This international prize is awarded to one person, every two years, for the most “outstanding contribution to the history of the law of England and Wales from scholars whohave been engaged in research on the subject for not longer than ten years.”
In 2017, Duggan also received the Pollard Prize of The Institute of Historical Research, UK for his article “The Limits of Strong Government: Attempts to Control Criminality in Thirteenth-Century England.” This prize is awarded annually for the best paper in any area of research, and from any period of history after 500AD, delivered by an early career researcher at any of the Institute of Historical Research’s seminar series.