The annual Katie Lentakis Memorial Fund Award was established by the Anglo-Hellenic League in memory of the late Mrs Katie Lentakis, and was first awarded in 2002. Katie Lentakis (1920-2000) was a devoted member of the Anglo-Greek community of London for many years and Vice-Chair of the Anglo-Hellenic League, who loved music and art – and had helped British soldiers to escape in Greece during World War II.
The Award is made to a final-year undergraduate studying in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities at King’s College London who submits an essay of 7,000-10,000 words on a topic related to any field of Hellenic Studies. The deadline is 6 May 2022. Participants are requested to send a full pdf copy of their essay to firstname.lastname@example.org and cc email@example.com.
A committee of experts established by the Director of the Centre for Hellenic Studies and the Chair of the Anglo-Hellenic League will choose the recipient of the Award.
The Award, which may be divided between more than one winner, will be of the value of £500.
The result will announced and the award presented by the Chair of the Anglo-Hellenic League, Dr. John Kittmer, on Monday, 27 June 2022, in the Council Room of the King’s building, at 18.00. For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org