Publication of 2019 Charles Schmitt Prize Essays

The winning and runner-up essays for the 2019 Charles Schmitt Prize have now all been published in Intellectual History Review! Check out the four new exciting essays at the links below.

The winning essay by Jon Cooper is ‘A science of concord: the politics of commercial knowledge in mid-eighteenth-century Britain‘.

In 2019 we had three runner-ups. One is Hugo Bonin’s ‘Between panacea and poison: “democracy” in British socialist thought, 1881–1891‘.

Another runner-up is Paige Donaghy’s ‘Wind eggs and false conceptions: thinking with formless births in seventeenth-century European natural philosophy‘.

Another runner-up is Michelle Pfeffer’s ‘Paganism, natural reason, and immortality: Charles Blount and John Toland’s histories of the soul‘.

Submissions for the 2020 Charles Schmitt Prize are now closed, but be sure to apply next year!

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