ANN Aug 2, 2001

Book/Dissertation Prizes (The Historical Society)

The Historical Society

Below is a message we would like posted to H-ArtHist. Please let me
know if you have any questions--

Best,

Joseph Lucas
Assistant Director
The Historical Society
Boston, MA
www.bu.edu/historic

The Historical Society
2002 Book/Dissertation Prizes

Prizes will be awarded at The Historical Society's national meeting in
Atlanta, Georgia, May 16-18, 2002

The Eugene Genovese Best Book in American History Prize

A prize of $5,000 (US) named after Eugene Genovese, distinguished
historian of the American South, will be awarded for the best book by
a member of the Society on any subject relating to American history.
To be considered, the book must have been published between January
2000 and December 2001. Candidates should send six copies of the book
to:

Robert Paquette, Chair
Eugene Genovese Prize Committee
656 Beacon Street, Mezzanine
Boston, MA 02215-2010

The Donald Kagan Best Book in European History Prize

A prize of $5,000 (US) named after Donald Kagan, one of the most
eminent historians of Ancient Greece, will be awarded for the best
book by a member of the Society on any subject relating to European
history. To be considered, the book must have been published between
January 2000 and December 2001. Candidates should send six copies of
the book to:

Marc Trachtenberg, Chair
Donald Kagan Prize Committee
656 Beacon Street, Mezzanine
Boston, MA 02215-2010

The Pauline Maier Best Dissertation in American History Prize

A prize of $1,000 (US) named after Pauline Maier, one of the most
outstanding practitioners of American history, will be awarded for the
best doctoral dissertation by a member of the Society on any subject
relating to American history. To be considered, dissertations should
have been submitted between January 2000 and December 2001. Candidates
should send six copies of a ten-page abstract accompanied by a short
bibliography to:

David L. Carlton, Chair
Pauline Maier Prize Committee
656 Beacon Street, Mezzanine
Boston, MA 02215-2010

The Theodore S. Hamerow Best Dissertation in European History Prize

A prize of $1,000 (US) named after Theodore Hamerow, prominent
historian of 19th and 20th century Germany, will be awarded for the
best doctoral dissertation by a member of the Society on any subject
relating to European history. To be considered, dissertations should
have been submitted between January 2000 and December 2001. Candidates
should send six copies of a ten-page abstract accompanied by a short
bibliography to:

Henry C. Clark, Chair
Theodore Hamerow Prize Committee
656 Beacon Street, Mezzanine
Boston, MA 02215-2010

Submissions should arrive no later than December 31, 2001. For more
information please visit our website at www.bu.edu/historic

Reference:
ANN: Book/Dissertation Prizes (The Historical Society). In: ArtHist.net, Aug 2, 2001 (accessed Sep 25, 2022), <https://arthist.net/archive/24583>.

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