The Hogan Prize a/b: Auto/Biography Studies

a/b: Auto/Biography Studies

a/b: Auto/Biography Studies are pleased to offer an annual award in recognition of an outstanding essay submitted to a special issue of the journal. The Hogan Prize was named in honor of two of the journal’s founding editors, Rebecca and Joseph Hogan, who worked tirelessly and creatively to expand the field of auto/biography studies. This award, therefore, recognizes ingenuity in scholarly research and supports critical work that advances the field.

a/b: Auto/Biography Studies are delighted to announce the recipients of the 2016 Hogan Prize. The winners are Arnaud Schmitt and Stefan Kjerkegaard, for their essay titled “Karl Ove Knausgaard's My Struggle: A Real Life in a Novel”, published in issue 31.3 (Autumn, 2016). 

The guest judge is Julia Watson, and you can read her full Judge's Statement, along with the winning article, via the links below.