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The 2022 Cundill History Prize Highlights Film


Presented by Nahlah Ayed

Host, CBC Ideas


Featuring the 2022 winner Tiya Miles, the runners-up Ada Ferrer and Vladislav Zubok, chair J.R. McNeill, the jurors, and many others


Live-streamed onto the Cundill History Prize YouTube channel at 1pm ET / 6pm GMT on Thursday, December 15, and available for catch-up after


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Ada Ferrer By Teresita Fernandez
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The 2022 Cundill Lecture


Marjoleine Kars

2021 Cundill History Prize Winner for Blood on the River


A Great Slave Revolt Up Close: Guyana, 1763

On Sunday, February 27, 1763, thousands of enslaved people in the Dutch colony of Berbice - in present-day Guyana - launched a rebellion that came amazingly close to succeeding. Marjoleine Kars will tell the explosive history of this little-known revolution, one that almost changed the face of the Americas.

Followed by a live audience Q&A.


Available on-demand via History Extra between Monday, December 5 and Sunday, December 11.


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Marjoleine Kars 1 Photographed For The Cundill History Prize By Jasmine Nelson
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Ada Ferrer By Teresita Fernandez
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The 2022 Cundill Forum

'Passionate Histories: The historian and the politics of truth'
The three finalists in conversation

Moderated by Kristy Ironside, Assistant Professor of Russian History at McGill University


Ada Ferrer

2022 Cundill History Prize Finalist for Cuba: An American History

Tiya Miles

2022 Cundill History Prize Finalist for All That She Carried: The Journey of Ashley's Sack, A Black Family Keepsake

Vladislav Zubok

2022 Cundill History Prize Finalist for Collapse: The Fall of the Soviet Union


Live-streamed onto the Cundill History Prize YouTube channel at 2.30pm ET / 7.30pm GMT on Thursday, December 1, 2022


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