The Jennifer O'Reilly Prize in Medieval History

To mark Dr O'Reilly's profound contribution to teaching and research in the School of History, University College Cork, a prize fund has been instituted for the annual award of "The Jennifer O'Reilly Prize in Medieval History". The prize will be awarded in the first instance to the student with the best BA seminar dissertation in Medieval History, achieving at least First Class Honours. In the event of no candidate reaching the required standard in the BA Seminar dissertation in Medieval History, the prize will be awarded to the student with the best written assignment in Third Year Medieval History (3,000 words or above), also achieving at least First Class Honours.

 

Recipients of the Jennifer O’Reilly Prize in Medieval History:

  • 2020: Andrew Neville
  • 2019: Ana Harrington
  • 2018: Thomas Grogan
  • 2017: Natasha Dukelow and Martha Ewence

Andrew Neville Photo

Dr Diarmuid Scully presents the 2020 Jennifer O’Reilly Prize in Medieval History to Andrew Neville. 

 

Ana Harrington photo 

Dr Diarmuid Scully presents the 2019 Jennifer O’Reilly Prize in Medieval History to Ana Harrington. 

 

Professor Terence O’Reilly presents the 2018 Jennifer O’Reilly Prize in Medieval History to Thomas Grogan. 

 

Professor Terence O’Reilly presents the 2017 Jennifer O’Reilly Prize in Medieval History to Natasha Dukelow and Martha Ewence (with Dr Malgorzata Krasnodebska-D'Aughton 2nd from right). 

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