[AIW] Canadian Historical Association Book and Article Prizes in Indigenous History

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Call for Nominations

Canadian Historical Association (CHA) Book and Article Prizes in Indigenous
History

https://cha-shc.ca/english/what-we-do/prizes

 

Book Prize

https://cha-shc.ca/english/what-we-do/prizes/the-aboriginal-history-book-pri
ze.htm 

 

The Indigenous History Studies Group, an affiliated committee of the
Canadian Historical Association, is pleased to solicit submissions for the
award for English or French language scholarly books with a publication date
of 2019 in the area of Indigenous History in Canada (i.e. scholarly books
concerning the history of Indigenous peoples whose territory overlaps with
that of the current Canadian state, and/or books concerning Indigenous
people whose history involves significant interaction with institutions --
state, ecclesiastic, corporate, or other -- that are closely associated with
what would become Canada). The submitted title will build on theoretical,
interpretive, and descriptive understandings of the past; contribute to the
creation and transmission of knowledge; and show potential readability by a
wider audience. Criteria by which the committee evaluates entries include
that historical analysis form the central basis of the book’s approach (i.e.
attention to historical context; primacy of historical sources be they oral,
textual, or material; situated within relevant historiography); that it may
feature innovative methodology or creative use of source materials,
including respect for Indigenous epistemologies alongside or in conjunction
with academic scholarship and established academic canon; and that it
demonstrates excellence overall, including, of course, the effective and
compelling nature of the book’s thesis. The prize will be awarded at the
annual meeting of the CHA in June 2020 at Western University.

 

To enter this competition, a copy of any book you wish to be considered for
this prize should be sent to committee members by 31 January 2020. Questions
can be directed to Thomas Peace at tpeace at huron.uwo.ca
<mailto:tpeace at huron.uwo.ca> .

 

Committee Members:

Prof. Carolyn Podruchny                Prof. Maxime Gohier

Department of History                  Département des lettres et humanités

York University                                Université du Québec à
Rimouski

4700 Keele St                                   Local B-321

Toronto, ON                                     300 Allée des Ursulines

M3J 1P3 G5L 3A1                            Rimouski, QC

 

Prof. Kathryn Labelle                     Thomas Peace

College of Arts and Science          Department of History

University of Saskatchewan         Huron University College

Room 264 Arts                                 1349 Western Road

9 Campus Drive                               London, ON

Saskatoon, SK S7N 5A5                  N6G 1H3

 

Article Prize

https://cha-shc.ca/english/what-we-do/prizes/the-aboriginal-history-best-art
icle-prize.htm

 

The Indigenous History Studies Group, a committee affiliated with the
Canadian Historical Association, is pleased to announce the 2020 IHSG
Article Prize competition. The prize will be awarded to the author of a
French or English peer-reviewed article or book chapter that is deemed to
make an outstanding contribution to the field. Eligibility: Scholarly
articles concerning the history of Indigenous peoples whose territory
overlaps with that of the current Canadian state, and/or articles concerning
Indigenous peoples whose history involves significant interaction with
institutions (state, ecclesiastic, corporate, or other) that are closely
associated with what would become Canada. Articles bearing an imprint of
2019 are eligible for the 2020 prize. The publisher need not be Canadian,
but it must have been subjected to peer review. Adjudication Criteria: The
award is presented to the author(s) of the best scholarly work in Indigenous
history. Criteria by which the committee evaluates entries include that
historical analysis form the central basis of the article’s approach (i.e.
attention to historical context; primacy of historical sources be they oral,
textual, or material; situated within relevant historiography); that it
features innovative methodology or creative use of source materials,
including respect for Indigenous epistemologies alongside or in conjunction
with academic scholarship and established academic canon; and that it
demonstrates excellence overall.  The publication should show potential
readability by a wider audience. The prize will be awarded at the annual
meeting of the CHA in June 2020 at Western University. 

 

Entries should be emailed to Thomas Peace at tpeace at huron.uwo.ca
<mailto:tpeace at huron.uwo.ca>  by January 31, 2020.

 

Contact Email: tpeace at uwo.ca <mailto:tpeace at uwo.ca> 

 

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