The Society for the Anthropology of Religion is pleased to announce the second annual student paper prize in the anthropology of religion.
The deadline to nominate an article for the History of Science Society's Margaret W. Rossiter History of Women in Science Prize has been extended to May 1st, 2014.
Nominations can be made online at http://www.hssweb.org/nominations/. Nominators do not need to be members of the HSS.
Thavolia Glymph has won the George and Ann Richards Prize
for the best article published in The Journal of the Civil War Era in 2013. Her article, “Rose’s War and the Gendered Politics of Slave Insurgency in the Civil War,” appeared in the December issue. The article was selected for the award by a two-person panel consisting of past Richards Prize winners. The prize earns the recipient a $1,000 award.
Glymph’s essay tells the story of Rose, who was among the leaders of a slave insurrection in South Carolina during the Civil War.
Title: Journal of Womens History Graduate Student Article Prize
Description: Journal of Womens History Graduate Student Article
Prize The Editorial Board of the Journal of Womens History is
proud to announce the second biennial prize for the best
article manuscript in the field of womens history authored by a
graduate student. Article manuscripts in any chronological and
Announcement ID: 207493