The Harvard professor Maya Jasanoff wins the 2018 Cundill History Prize.
Three exceptional American historians have been named as finalists for the world’s leading history prize.
The world’s leading history prize (US$75,000) has announced an exceptional shortlist of award-winning historians tackling globally relevant issues.
The jury has chosen 12 exceptional titles to be longlisted for the 2018 Cundill History Prize. The shortlist of eight will be announced at Canada House, London, on 25 September.
An international jury of eminent historians has been announced as the jury of the 2018 Cundill History Prize.
Submissions are now open for the $75,000 Cundill History Prize, which recognizes and rewards the best history writing in English.
Ground-breaking study of Siberian exile under the Tsars receives the jury’s unanimous vote
The Cundill History Prize has announced a controversial thesis on inequality, a myth-shattering history of Vietnam, and a study of Siberian exile under the Tsars as finalists.
Wednesday, November 15th at 5PM McGill University Faculty Club – Leo Yaffe Billiard Room 3450 McTavish Street, Montreal, QC
The Cundill History Prize has revealed a longlist that ranges from Vietnam to the Islamic world and from Russia to North America.