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Wall Street Journal

Alan Taylor, Chair of the Jury, on the works by Julia Lovell, Jill Lepore, Mary Fulbrook and Victoria Johnson.

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BBC Radio 3

Is the shadow of Mao still hanging over China? Here is our 2019 winner on BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking.

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View all 2019 media coverage of the prize in the Press Archive

The Globe & Mail

Xi Jinping wants to make China great again. Julia Lovell, winner of the 2019 Cundill History Prize.

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The Globe & Mail

A poppy is not enough. On Remembrance Day, let us understand history. Mary Fulbrook, finalist for the 2019 Cundill History Prize.

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The Globe & Mail

Facebook, propaganda and the obligation of accuracy. Jill Lepore, finalist for the 2019 Cundill History Prize.

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BBC HistoryExtra Podcast

Maoism. Julia Lovell discusses her Cundill History Prize-winning book with the BBC HistoryExtra podcast.

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BBC HistoryExtra

The China expert and translator of Chinese literature Julia Lovell has been named the winner of the $75,000 Cundill History Prize.

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CBC Books

British author Julia Lovell's book about Maoism wins $98K historical nonfiction prize.

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News


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RT @jayjamescarter: Thrilled to have picked this (@cundillprize winner) up at #aha20 finishing my world history syllabus with this alongsid…
The team at @prospect_uk have chosen their best history books of 2019, featuring both our #CundillHistoryPrize fina… https://t.co/417puy2Wy4
Here are @HistoryExtra’s Books of the Year. Wonderful to see both our winner Julia Lovell (Maoism: A Global Histor… https://t.co/5a38HkHVQ6

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