Prizes

WHN Schools History Prize 2018

Winner of Book Prize 2017

Women, Credit and Debt in Early Modern ScotlandThe winner was: Women, Credit and Debt in Early Modern Scotland, by Cathryn Spence, published by Manchester University Press. This book provides the first full-length consideration of women’s economic roles in early modern Scottish towns. The panel considered that the book provided a meticulously researched and convincing argument of women’s involvement in economic activity in early modern Scotland.

http://www.manchesteruniversitypress.co.uk/9781784992538/

WHN Book Prize 2018

An annual £500 prize for a first book in women’s or gender history.

The Women’s History Network (UK) Book Prize is awarded for an author’s first single-authored monograph, which makes a significant contribution to women’s history or gender history.

Entries close on 31 March 2018 (for books published during 2017).

Criteria for eligibility are as follows:…

2017 Community History Prize Winner

Twenty two entries were received for the WHN Community History Prize 2017, nine of which were shortlisted for final consideration by the Panel.

The field was wide this year, with entries submitted for the first time by organisations from France and Northern Ireland.  Scotland, England and Wales were well represented, and we received another excellent entry from Glasgow Women’s Library, the 4th in as many years.

The Panel elected to divide the 2017 prize between two winners:

JOINT WINNER: TYNE & WEAR MUSEUMS, NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, for Tiny Sparks at Discovery Museum

Women’s History Scotland Essay Prize

 

For a new essay in Scottish women’s or gender history – deadline 19th December 2016

Women’s History Scotland awards a bi-annual prize of £100 for a new essay in the field of Scottish women’s and/or gender history.

The prize was established in 2002 to celebrate the work of Leah Leneman, one of the foremost historians of women in Scotland. A trailblazer for women’s history in Scotland, she produced innovative studies on the women’s suffrage movement, on women in medicine, and on sexuality and divorce in the early modern and modern periods.

Women’s History Scotland wishes to acknowledge the important …