CFP: Murray Prize for History

Adela Rauchova's picture
November 30, 2020
United Kingdom
Subject Fields: 
Early Modern History and Period Studies, Medieval and Byzantine History / Studies, European History / Studies, Local History, Social History / Studies

The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland invites submissions to its journal for consideration for the biennial Murray Prize for History. A cash prize of £200 and a prestigeous silver medal is awarded to recognise original research into the history of Scotland in the medieval and/or early modern periods (c AD 500 to AD 1700).

Guidelines: Submission for the prize is made to the Managing Editor at as a paper for publication in the Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland (PSAS). Following succesful peer review, the paper will be judged by an independent panel of historians for the prize. All submissions are considered for publication in the journal whether or not they are winners.

Please indicate clearly in your email that the submission is intended for the Murray Prize for History.

Eligibility: Graduate students, early career researchers, academics, independent researchers, both Fellows and non-Fellows of the Society are all welcome to participate.

About: PSAS is a peer-reviewed academic journal published annually by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland since 1851. The full archive can be accessed at

Contact Info: 

Adela Rauchova, Managing Editor

Society of Antiquaries of Scotland

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