Publishing Students win Dissertation Prizes

Isabel Essery has won the Sue Thomson prize this year for the work on South African publishing. Her dissertation The Impact of Politics on Indigenous Independent Publishers from 1970-2004 Illustrated by a Case Study of David Philip Publishers, has won her £250 and two days training here at Oxford Brookes.

Sara Montgomery was given a “highly commended” for here dissertation: Queer Today, Gone Tomorrow? What will be the fate of gay and lesbian publishing in the UK in the face of increased competition from mainstream publishers?.

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