Awards and Grants, Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association

Type:Prize

Name: various

Location: various

Application deadline: March 01, 2019

Sponsoring Institution: Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association


Details:

All awards and prizes recognize distinguished scholarship produced by members of the Pacific Coast Branch of the American Historical Association living in the PCB-AHA region.

Donations to one of the award endowments can be made by contacting PCB-AHA executive director Michael Green. For more information, please email him at michael.green@pcb-aha.org.

AWARDS:

The W. Turrentine Jackson (Dissertation) Award for the most outstanding dissertation on any aspect of the history of the American West in the twentieth century.

The Pacific Coast Branch Book Award for an outstanding first book on any historical subject by a scholar who resides within the states and provinces from which the Branch draws its membership.

The Norris & Carol Hundley Award for an outstanding book on any historical subject by a scholar who resides within the states and provinces from which the Branch draws its membership.

The Tonous & Warda Johns Family Book Award for an outstanding book on U.S. foreign relations, immigration history, or military history.

Pacific Historical Review PRIZES (sponsored by the University of California Press):

The W. Turrentine Jackson (Article) Prize to a graduate student whose essay on a topic within the fields of concentration of the Pacific Historical Review has been adjudged to be of outstanding quality.

The Louis Knott Koontz Memorial Award is given annually for the most deserving contribution to the Pacific Historical Review.

See more information here.


Contact Information:
Michael Green
michael.green@pcb-aha.org

Posted: January 18, 2019