Many congratulations to all of the winners and runners-up in this year’s Royal Historical Society Prizes & Awards in research, publishing and teaching.
This year’s winners were announced on Friday 22 July, along with recipients of the Society’s PhD Fellows 2022-23, held in association with the Institute of Historical Research, University of London.
A full listing of the 2022 recipients is available via the Society’s blog, along with acceptance speeches from the winners of this year’s Gladstone and Whitfield first book awards: Dr Emily Bridger and Dr Kristin Hussey.
Further information on the Society’s annual prizes and awards is also available. Submissions for the 2023 prize round will open in September this year. We’ll make a further announcement about how you, your colleagues and publishers can submit work for next year.
We hope you’ll join with us in encouraging early career historians to submit books, articles and dissertations for consideration in 2023.
Congratulations again to this year’s winners, runners-up and shortlisted authors. Thank you also to the 170 historians who who sent in work for consideration, and to this year’s judges who gave their free time to read each of the submissions.