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Ristow Prize 2018:  The winner of this year's Ristow Prize is Rheagan Eric Martin, a PhD. candidate at the University of Michigan, for his paper "Jacopo de' Barbari and the Limits of Knowledge." Chick HERE for this and the names of two Honorable Mention selectees.

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