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Modern Language Association Prize for a Bibliography, Archive, or Digital Project*

2010–11 Phyllis S. Morgan, Albuquerque, New Mexico, for N. Scott Momaday: Remembering Ancestors, Earth, and Traditions: An Annotated Bio-bibliography (Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 2010)
2008–09 Anatoly Liberman, University of Minnesota, for A Bibliography of English Etymology: Sources and Word List (Univ. of Minnesota Press, 2009)
2006–07 Eleanor Selfridge-Field, Stanford University, for A New Chronology of Venetian Opera and Related Genres, 1660–1760 (Stanford Univ. Press, 2007)
2004–05 Patrick Spedding, Monash University, for A Bibliography of Eliza Haywood (Pickering and Chatto, 2004)
Honorable Mention: James L. Harner, Texas A&M University, for World Shakespeare Bibliography Online (Johns Hopkins Univ. Press; http://www.worldshakesbib.org)
2002–03 Bege K. Bowers, Youngstown State University, and Mark Allen, University of Texas, San Antonio, for Annotated Chaucer Bibliography, 1986–1996 (Univ. of Notre Dame Press, 2002)
2000–01Hamdi el-Sakkout, American University in Cairo, for The Arabic Novel: Bibliography and Critical Introduction, 1865–1995 (American Univ. in Cairo Press, 2001)
1998–99 David W. Forbes, Honolulu, Hawai'i, for Hawai'ian National Bibliography, 1780–1900, I: 1780–1830 (Univ. of Hawai'i Press, 1999)
1996–97 Kathleen L. Scott, Amherst, Massachusetts, for Later Gothic Manuscripts, 1390–1490, 2 vols. (Harvey Miller Publishers, 1997)
 

* From 1996 to 2012, the prize was known as the MLA Prize for a Distinguished Bibliography.

 

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