The Southern Association for Women Historians (SAWH) invites nominations annual prizes
The Southern Association for Women Historians (SAWH) invites nominations for two book prizes and an article prize.
TheJulia Spruill Prizeis awarded annually to the best monograph on southern women’s history published during the previous year. Submissions will close on May 15 for books published in the previous calendar year. One hard copy (not a PDF) should be mailed to each of the committee members. Please email the president of the SAWH, Diane Miller Sommerville, for the mailing addresses of the members, email@example.com.
TheWillie Lee Rose Prizeis awarded annually for the best monograph in southern history authored by a woman. Submissions will close on May 15 for books published in the previous calendar year. Please send one hard copy (not a PDF) to each of the committee members below:
Chair,Professor Pippa Holloway History Department Sarah Brunet Hall 206 Richmond Way University of Richmond, VA 23173
TheA. Elizabeth Taylor Prizeis awarded annually to the best article published during the preceding year in the field of southern women’s history. Articles published in journals and anthologies between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2020 are eligible in 2021. Entries must be written in English, but the competition is open to works published outside the U.S. Editors, authors, and other scholars are invited to nominate eligible articles for the prize.
To nominate an article for the Taylor Prize, please submit an electronic copy, preferably in pdf format, to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 1, 2021. Members of the prize committee are: