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Duncan Tanner Essay Prize 2017

Entries now open
Twentieth Century British History ( TCBH ) is pleased to sponsor an annual Essay Prize. The aim of the Duncan Tanner Essay Prize is to encourage a high standard of scholarship amongst postgraduate research students in Britain and abroad.

THE PRIZE

The winner's prize will consist of:

  • Publication of the winning essay in Twentieth Century British History
  • A cash prize of £300
  • £200 worth of OUP books
  • One year's free subscription to Twentieth Century British History
Other entries of sufficient quality may be invited to publish their submissions in the Journal. If so, then they will be given one year's free subscription to Twentieth Century British History .


THE COMPETITION RULES

Word limit: maximum of 10,000 words
Closing date for submissions: 1 November 2017

The competition is open to anyone currently registered for a higher research degree, or who completed one no earlier than October 2016. Entries must be accompanied by an official Duncan Tanner Essay Prize Entry Form that has been countersigned by the entrant's academic supervisor or head of department. The entry must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Full rules and entry requirements, along with the entry form, are available here.

HOW TO ENTER

Full details and an Essay Prize Entry Form are available:

  1. by downloading a PDF here
  2. by writing to:

Professor Adrian Bingham
Department of History
University of Sheffield
Jessop West
1 Upper Hanover Street
Sheffield
S3 7RA
UK
Email: adrian.bingham@sheffield.ac.uk

PROMOTE THE PRIZE

A poster to promote the Essay Prize is available as a PDF to download here.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

2016

The winner of the 2016 Duncan Tanner Essay Prize was:

Historical pageants, citizenship, and the performance of women’s history before second-wave feminism
Zoe Thomas (Royal Holloway University of London)

The article is forthcoming.

Previous winning articles (freely available online)

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