What is the Naomi Wulf Prize?

The Naomi Wulf Prize is named in honor of Naomi Wulf (1964-2012), Professor of Early American History at the Sorbonne-Nouvelle and one of the founders of EEASA.
The prize is awarded in the wake of every bi-annual conference. It 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.
The prize is awarded to a participant of the most recent EEASA conference on the basis of the written version of the paper as submitted prior to the conference.
As the written version of the paper is submitted, participants who wish to be candidates for the prize will indicate their candidacy to the secretary. The selection process involves the EEASA board and one member of the JEAH editorial board.
The prize is awarded within four months after the conference and announced on the EEASA and JEAH websites.
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