Charles Schmitt Prize 2011: Winner Announced

The ISIH is delighted to announce the winner of the second annual Charles Schmitt Prize in Intellectual History. The 2011 prize has been awarded to Alec Hickmott of the University of Virginia for his essay ‘“Brothers, Come North”: African American Radicalism and Protest in the Rural South, 1917-1923’. He wins £500, £50 worth of Routledge books, and a year’s free membership of the ISIH. His essay will also be published shortly within the Intellectual History Review. Congratulations, Alec!

The 2010 prize was awarded to Anthony Ossa Richardson of the Warburg Institute, London, for an essay on ‘Pietro Pomponazzi and the Role of Nature in Oracular Divination’. The essay appeared in the Intellectual History Review in 2010 and is available online for subscribing individuals and instututions. An announcement of the 2012 competition will appear in the next issue of the IHR and on the ISIH website.

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