Graduate Student Prize

We’re pleased to announce the following opportunity for graduate students presenting at the upcoming conference:

Gender & History announces $1000 prize for best paper given by a graduate student at the 2017 Berkshire Conference of Women Historians

The editors of Gender & History and Wiley-Blackwell invite graduate student presenters at the 2017 Berkshire Conference of Women Historians to submit their papers in advance for the Gender & History Graduate Student Paper Prize to be awarded at the conference. The winning author(s) will receive a cash prize as well as an invitation to submit an article-length version of their paper for consideration for publication in Gender & History. Papers should be sent electronically as Word documents to Jayne Swift by April 15, with name and other identifying information removed from the document. Applicants should indicate departmental and institutional affiliation in the accompanying e-mail.

All questions should be directed to Jayne Swift at gendhist@umn.edu.