Arlt Award -- Fields of Competition by Year

               2021: Linguistics and Philosophy

    2022: Religious Studies

    2023: History

    2024: Classical Studies/Archaeology

    2025: English and North American Language and Literature

    2026: World Language and Literature, Comparative Literature, Drama/Theater Arts

    2027: The Arts (Art History/Criticism/Conservation and Music)



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