THE SAWH 2019 A. ELIZABETH TAYLOR PRIZE GOES TO
COURTNEY KISAT FOR HER ARTICLE:
“’COMPLETELY SOLD ON BIRTH CONTROL’: RURAL OUTREACH IN KENTUCKY, 1933-1942” IN THE REGISTER OF THE KENTUCKY HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Volume 116, Numbers 3&4, Summer/Autumn 2018, pp. 303-334. The article is available for download for free via Project Muse for a short time. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/714880/pdf
The Southern Association for Women Historians awarded to Courtney Kisat the 2019 A. Elizabeth Taylor Prize, which is awarded annually for the best article published during the preceding year in the field of southern women’s history. Courtney KIsat is an assistant professor of history and program coordinator of the Secondary Social Studies Education at Southeast Missouri State University.