The Society aims to further Milton scholarship, not only in the U.S. but internationally, by bringing Milton scholars together at an annual dinner, by selecting outstanding scholars for honor, by publishing an annual booklet (and maintaining a website) honoring these scholars and summarizing the work of the Society, by gathering books, articles and other materials pertaining to Milton, by encouraging research in progress, and by promoting exchange of ideas in the field of Milton study (adapted from the Society's Constitution).
2014 Society Awards
The James Holly Hanford Book Award
James Holly Hanford Essay Awards
William Poole and Leah Whittington
John T. Shawcross Award
Reginald A. Wilburn
Albert C. Labriola Award
Note from the President
The Milton Society actively seeks new members. Its goal is to enhance communication between all readers, students, and scholars of Milton. If you are not currently a member, please consider joining the MSA to take advantage of the benefits offered to those who are interested in and who study Milton. If you are already a member, please take a moment to invite your colleagues and students to join.