Wonderland XIII

Wonderland Award

WHAT: Explore, explain, analyze, and interpret the works of Lewis Carroll

WHO: All graduate and undergraduate students in all fields of study, currently enrolled in accredited California colleges and universities are eligible to participate

AWARD: First prize is $3,000; Second prize is $1,500

WHEN: The deadline for entries for the 2017 Wonderland Award is Monday, April 3; winners will be announced at an award reception in Doheny Library on April 20.

About the Award

The Wonderland Award is an annual multidisciplinary competition, open to students from all Southern California universities, which encourages new scholarship and creative work related to Lewis Carroll (1832–1898). The inaugural awards were hosted in 2005 and there are now more than 400 student submissions in the Wonderland Award Archive.

 

For more information, please visit libraries.usc.edu/wonderland.