ANN: Deadline Extended: CLAH Syllabus Prize now due Dec. 10!

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Dear colleagues, 

Given the year we've all had, we're extending the deadline for this year's syllabus competition to Dec. 10. See details below.

The Teaching and Teaching Materials Section of the Conference on Latin American History (CLAH) has partnered with an anonymous donor to offer a $300 prize for the best syllabus posted to H-Latam’s Syllabi Collection.


To be considered for the prize, which will be awarded at the CLAH-AHA annual meetings, the following criteria must be met:

1. Syllabi must be posted to H-Latam between January 1 and December 10 of the year 2021. To post a syllabus, please send it to Marc Becker at marc@yachana.org.

2. In order to be considered, the author must be a member of CLAH in the year in which the syllabus is posted, and the following year, when the award is given.

3. Each year a different topic will be chosen, such as History of Mexico, Colonial Latin America, Introduction to Latin America, etc. For 2021, the topic will be “Beyond ABC: Incorporating More Countries into the Latin American-Caribbean Curriculum.” Syllabi may address any topic in Latin American or Caribbean History.

The CLAH President in conjunction with the Chair of the Teaching Committee will nominate a panel of three persons to evaluate the syllabi.

Please contact section chair Casey Lurtz lurtz@jhu.edu  or secretary Carlos Dimas carlos.dimas@unlv.edu if you have any questions about this exciting initiative.