Juliet Du Boulay’s book "Cosmos, Life and Liturgy in a Greek Orthodox Village," published by Denise Harvey Publishers was the winner of the Runciman Award for books published in 2009.
The award was presented at a special ceremony held at London’s Hellenic Centre on the June 3.
The Runciman Award, first conceived in 1983 during Lord Jellicoe’s chairmanship of the Anglo-Hellenic League, was presented for the first time in 1986 and named in honour of Sir Steven Runciman, the eminent Byzantine scholar and the League’s longest serving Chairman.
It is given each year for a work wholly or mainly about some aspect of Greece or the world of Hellenism, published in English in its first edition in the previous year.
Athens Plus (5.6.2010) The 2009 Runciman Award goes to Juliet du Boulay (p. 16)