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Call for Submissions: The Coordinating Council for Women in History Annual Awards 2021
The Coordinating Council for Women in History offers 6 annual prizes, including dissertation and project support prizes, article prizes, and prizes recognizing service and mentorship. Details and application instructions may be found at https://theccwh.org/ccwh-awards. The 2021 deadline for all awards in May 15, 2021.
Awards are open only to CCWH members. To join, visit https://theccwh.org/membership. Applicants may apply for one CCWH award per year. Please contact Elizabeth Everton (email@example.com) with any questions.
- The Catherine Prelinger Memorial Award is a $20,000 award given to a scholar who has not followed a traditional academic path of uninterrupted study. The award is open to applicants with a PhD and graduate students advanced to candidacy. For more information, visit https://theccwh.org/ccwh-awards/catherine-prelinger-award/.
- The CCWH/Berks Graduate Student Fellowship is a $1000 award to a graduate student completing a dissertation in history. For more information, visit https://theccwh.org/ccwh-awards/ccwhberks-graduate-student-fellowship/.
- The Ida B. Wells Graduate Student Fellowship is a $1000 award to a graduate student completing a historical dissertation, not necessarily in a history department, that interrogates race and gender. For more information, visit https://theccwh.org/ccwh-awards/wells-graduate-student-fellowship/.
- The Nupur Chaudhuri First Article Prize is a $1000 award that recognizes a superlative first article published in any field of history. For more information, visit https://theccwh.org/ccwh-awards/chaudhuri-first-article-prize/.
- The Carol Gold Article Prize is a $500 award given to a scholar of any rank for a superlative article published in any field of history. For more information, visit https://theccwh.org/ccwh-awards/carol-gold-article-award/.
- The Rachel Fuchs Award is a $500 award that recognizes extraordinary mentorship and service to women and the LGBTQI+ community in the historical profession. For more information, visit https://theccwh.org/ccwh-awards/rachel-fuchs-memorial-award/.
Elizabeth Everton, Executive Director, Coordinating Council for Women in History