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George Greenia receives the 2007
CELJ’s Distinguished Editor Award


On December 27, 2007, the Council of Editors of Learned Journals presented to George Greenia its Distinguished Editor Award.


George Greenia with Jana Argersinger, outgoing CELJ president.
Photo courtesy of Lars Engle

According to the judges’ comments:

… George Greenia, Professor of Modern Languages at the University of William and Mary and former editor of La corónica … is widely regarded as a model editor. He took a newsletter and grew it into a full-fledged first-tier journal of international rank. Huge in its thematic and methodological breadth, this journal of medieval Spanish Language, Literature, and Cultural Studies received the Phoenix Award in 1996 and has consistently set new standards for editorial intervention and invention ever since, especially through the Critical Clusters concept that has made La corónica an obligatory point of reference.

Our most sincere congratulations to George, Editor-at-Large of La corónica, for all his untiring work.

(December, 2007)














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