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‘Nixon in China’ Historian Margaret MacMillan Named To Chair Canada’s $75,000 Cundill Prize

$75k Cundill History Prize relaunched

Margaret MacMillan to chair Cundill prize

McGill Relaunching the Cundill Prize

Cundill Prize rebrands for its 10th anniversary

Cundill Top Young Historians

Why We Care For the Dead

American historian Thomas W. Laqueur wins ‘a real vindication’ with $75,000 Cundill Prize for "The Work of the Dead"

Anna Porter Cundill Prize for historical literature finalists

Former rabbi wins prize for his book about the dead

Work of the Dead honored

Thomas W. Laqueur wins lucrative Cundill Prize

American historian Thomas W. Laqueur wins 'a real vindication' with US$75000 Cundill Prize for The Work of the Dead

Cultural historian Thomas Laqueur wins $75K US 2016 Cundill Prize

The Work of the Dead wins Cundill Prize in Historical Literature

Cultural historian Thomas Laqueur wins $75K US 2016 Cundill Prize

Thomas W. Laqueur wins Cundill Prize for The Work of the Dead

American historian Thomas W. Laqueur wins US$75000 Cundill Prize

The Work of the Dead wins Cundill Prize in Historical Literature

Steve Paikin Interview with Thomas Laqueur

Short list announced for 2016 Cundill Prize in historical literature

Laqueur, Wulf and Wootton make shortlist for Cundill historical book prize

Laqueur, Wulf and Wootton make shortlist for Cundill historical book prize

Laqueur, Wulf and Wootton make shortlist for Cundill historical book prize

Laqueur, Wulf and Wootton make shortlist for Cundill historical book prize

Andrea Wulf: The inventor of nature

Philippe Sands: A criminal at Nuremberg

Mary Beard: The glory of Rome

Thomas W. Laqueur: History’s ghosts — what we can learn from modern and historic burial practices

Robert J. Gordon: And then there was light — the revolutionary invention that lit up the world

David Wootton: Before there was progress

British authors dominate Cundill Prize longlist