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澳门正版新莆京游戏The Social History Society ’s Book Prize
2023-12-12 08:52  

The Social History Society ’s Book Prize was established in 2018, Innovative studies mainly awarded to the field of social history and cultural history, Bibliography is recommended 澳门正版新莆京游戏by each publisher。 This award 2023 is mainly Pat thanne, Lucy Noakes, Phillipp Schofield and Naomi Tadmor as a review。 The following is the winning list of the year:

2023

Winner: Laura Gowing for Ingenious Trade: Women and Work in Seventeenth-Century London (Cambridge University Press, 2021).

The author's speech:

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Runner up: Simon Morgan for Celebrities, Heroes and Champions: Popular Politicians in the Age of Reform, 1810-67 (Manchester University Press, 2021).

The author's speech:

The IDEA for this book came when I realised that by the nineteenth-coreury, 澳门正版新莆京游戏澳门正版新莆京游戏Popular Polital Culture Overlapped with and Fed Into Broader Practors of Celebrity and Hero Worship That Had Been Little Studied. I decided that the only way to examine the connections properly was to look across a diverse of Extra-PARLIAMENTANTARY died in isolation, and I ’m Thrilled that the Prize Committee Enjoyed The Result.

2022

WINNER: Lucy Noakes for Dying for the National. Death, 澳门正版新莆京游戏GRIEF and BeReavement in Second World War Britain (Manchester University Press, 2020).

The author's speech:

澳门正版新莆京游戏It was n’t always an easy book to research and write. It Is Important that we do all that can to have empathy with the white, And I Hope that history can help us to determine this through an understanding of the lives, And Deaths, Of the Those WHO Experienced Past Wars.

2021

澳门正版新莆京游戏WINNER: Lucy Bland for Britain ’s Brown Babies: The Stories of Children Born to Black Gis and White Women in The Second World War. Y Press, 22250_22255

The author's speech:

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Commendation: John Henderson for Florence Under Siege: Surviving Plaget in An Early Modern City (Yale University Press, 澳门正版新莆京游戏22250_22255

Commendation: Suzannah lipscomb for the voices of nimes: WOMEN, SEX and Marriege in Reformation Languedoc (Oxford University 澳门正版新莆京游戏Press, 22250_22255

2020

Winner: Khaled Fahmy for in Quest of Justice. Islamic Law and Forensic Medicine in Modern Egypt (University of California Press, 2018)

澳门正版新莆京游戏Runner Up: Ian Forrest for Trustworthy Men: How Inequality and Faith Made the Medieval Church (Princeton University Press, 2018)

2019

WINNER: Hannah Barker for Family & Business During the Indus澳门正版新莆京游戏trial Revolution (Oxford University Press, 2017)

The author's speech:

I ’m Thrilled to be awarded this prize. In Common with Many Monograms, Family and Business During the Industrial Revolution, Like The Family Business Shich the Book Describes, 澳门正版新莆京游戏Involved the input and hard work of more than one person. Thanks to Ahrc Funding, I was Fortunate to Be Able to call on a team of reSearch ass澳门正版新莆京游戏istants who provided value in the latter stages of the projection of th, Stephen Connolly, Katherine Davies, Marci Freedman, 澳门正版新莆京游戏And Lucinda Matthews-JONES. During the Early Research I was Lucky to Work with Two Postdoctoctoctoctoctoctoctoctom Associations Who Did of the Heavy Lifting in the Archivers and Who. Also Co-Authored Two of the Book ’s Chapters with Me: Jane Hamlett and Mina Ishizu.

澳门正版新莆京游戏Runner up: Sabine Lee for Children Born of War in the Twentietury (MancheStter University Press, 2017)

2018

WINNER: Sasha Handley for Sleep in Early Modern English (Yale University Press, 2016)

Runner Up: Jon Stobart and Mark Rothery for Consumption and the Country House by (Oxford University Press, 2016)

Details can be seen: https:// sochistory. ORG. UK/Prizes/Book-PRIZE/

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