CfP: CEHS Rosenberg Article Prize

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Hans Rosenberg Article Prize

The Central European History Society (CEHS) awards the biennial Hans Rosenberg Article Prize, which recognizes the best English-language article or essay on central European history written by a permanent resident of North America.  The Society solicits nominations from authors, editors, presses, and third parties for the best article or essay published in 2017 or 2018.  The prize committee will consider journal articles as well as individual essays from anthologies or collections.  Re-printed essays are not eligible.  Articles and essays published outside North America are, of course, eligible.  Central European history is understood to include the history of Germany, Austria, and other German-speaking regions of Central European, from the medieval era to the present.  The award will be announced at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in New York City, on 4 January 2020. 

 

Nominations received by 15 July, 2019 will receive full consideration.  Please send nominations as PDFs to each member of the committee:

 

Prof. Jason Coy

College of Charleston

CoyJ@cofc.edu

 

Prof. Stephen Gross

New York University

stephengross@nyu.edu

 

Prof. Willeke Sandler

Loyola University Maryland

wsandler@loyola.edu

 

For further information see www.centraleuropeanhistory.org

 

Questions?  Please contact the committee or Benjamin Marschke, CEHS Director, at marschke@humboldt.edu