Established in 2013, the L. Carl Brown AIMS Book Prize is awarded annually to the outstanding book in the area of North African studies. The winning work reflects the innovative intellectual achievements in North African studies exemplified by Garrett Professor in Foreign Affairs and Professor Emeritus at Princeton University, L. Carl Brown. The prize carries an honorarium of $500.00. No cash prize offered for honorable mention. The winner will be invited to give a brief presentation at the annual AIMS business meeting of the Middle East Studies Association (MESA).
The Kentucky Historical Society seeks nominations for the Kentucky History Awards. Nominations are now open - download the .pdf file here <https://ky-historical-society.s3.amazonaws.com/054a2870-2a67-49f6-bccd-753ca84c161c/2023HistoryAwardsPacket.pdf>. KHS seeks nominations for any individuals or organizations who had outstanding projects, initiatives, or other efforts in 2022 that they would like to see recognized.
Call for Applications
The Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center and the Slavic Reference Service at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are pleased to announce that they will continue to accept applications for Virtual Title VIII Associates to participate in the Spring 2023 Open Research Laboratory (ORL) on a rolling basis through April 5, 2023 or until all awards are made.
Call for Applications: Summer Research Laboratory at Illinois
The Broad of Trustees of the Journal of Women's History is proud to announce that the prize for the best paper in women's history authored by a graduate student has returned. Given the pandemic, we are happy to feature this prize once again. Article-length essays in any chronological and geographical field are eligible; we especially encourage submissions with a focus beyond the United States or Western Europe. Papers should not exceed 10,000 words, including endnotes, and should follow the University of Chicago Manual of Style.
American Academy for Jewish Research
Baron Book Prize
In partnership with MSU’s Center for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies (CERES), the 2023 Global Voices Essay Contest is open to citizens between the ages of 15 and 24 from specific countries in Central and Eastern Europe (see list below). We invite youth to share their stories of RESILIENCE in order to raise awareness, amplify their voices, and inspire others.
The Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America (PIASA) is pleased to recognize and congratulate the recipients of its 2022 Awards: