Prize – Hilda Neatby Prize

Hilda Neatby Prize

The purpose of the Hilda Neatby Prize in Women’s History, awarded since 1983
by the Canadian Committee on Women’s History at the annual meeting of the
Canadian Historical Association, is to encourage the publication of
scholarly articles in women’s history and gender history as it relates to
women, in Canadian journals and books, and, in the case of the
French-language article, in international journals and books. Two prizes
are awarded, one for best article in English and the other one for best
article in French. Any English-language academic article published in
Canada during 2008 and deemed to make an original and scholarly
contribution to the field of women’s history is eligible for nomination
for the 2009 Neatby Prize. Any
French-language academic article published in a Canadian or international
journal or book during the period 2006-2008 and deemed to make an original
and scholarly contribution to the field of women’s history is eligible for
nomination for the 2009 Neatby Prize.

Send nominations, and three (3) copies of the nominated article, before
February 1, 2009, to the Chair of the Hilda Neatby Prize Committee, Jennifer
Stephen at History Department, 2172 Vari Hall, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON M3J 1P3.

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