The New England American Studies Association is now accepting submissions for its 2022 awards: the Lois P. Rudnick Book Prize (April 1 deadline), the Mary Kelley Prize for graduate students and non-tenure track scholars presenting at the annual conference (May 15 deadline), and the Lisa MacFarlane Prize, given for undergraduate research in American Studies by New England students (May 15 deadline).
Details below and online: https://newenglandasa.wordpress.com/awards-winners/
To submit, contact: NEASAcouncil@gmail.com
Lois P. Rudnick Book Prize
The Lois P. Rudnick Book Prize is given to the best academic book in American Studies written by a New England scholar or about New England over a two-year period. The prize is worth $500.
Mary Kelley Prize
The Mary Kelley Prize is awarded to the best paper presented at the annual conference by a graduate student or non-tenure track scholar. [Conference presentation itself should be submitted by May 15.]
The Lisa MacFarlane Prize (undergraduate)
The Lisa MacFarlane Prize is awarded to the best paper or project written and developed by an undergraduate located in New England on any subject related to American Studies. [Essay submissions should be no more than 4,000 words]
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