Naomi Wulf Prize Poitiers 2021

Participants to the 8th biannual EEASA conference, 8-10 December 2021 in Poitiers, France, are invited to submit a version of their paper for the Naomi Wulf Prize, which entails specific consideration for publication in the JEAH (after the usual review process), a cash prize of 500 Euros, plus a one-year free subscription to the Journal of Early American History.

Articles for submission must follow JEAH guidelines and should be sent to eeasa.secretary@gmail.com before January 30 2022.

Submissions will be assessed by a EEASA board committee composed of Trevor Burnard (Wilberforce Institute- University of Hull), Agnès Delahaye (Université Lumière Lyon 2), Pierre Gervais (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3) and Élodie Peyrol-Kleiber (Université de Poitiers and the JEAH editorial board).

The prize will be awarded within four months the submission deadline and will be announced on the EEASA and JEAH websites.