The UK’s Wolfson History Prize gives its top honor this year to Halik Kochanski’s ‘Resistance,’ on the World War II underground.
Journalist Tania Branigan wins the richest award in nonfiction, the Cundill History Prize, for her study of China’s Cultural Revolution.
From its eight-title shortlist, the Cundill History Prize has put forward three finalists, the winner to be named on Wednesday.
The 2023 Cundill History Prize shortlist is evenly divided between trade and university press books, with finalists to be named October 16.
‘New perspectives,’ organizers say, lie in the ‘enduring power of history writing’ as the Wolfson History Prize names a 2023 shortlist.
Philippa Levine chairs the 2023 Cundill History Prize jury, and the prize’s shortlist is expected in late September.
Harvard’s Tiya Miles wins the Cundill History Prize’s top honor for ‘All That She Carried,’ a 2021 National Book Award winner.
For more than 80 years, the Saltire Society and its awards have ‘inspired culture and provoked responsible debate.’
Ada Ferrer, Tiya Miles, and Vladislav Zubok are this year’s finalists in the Cundill History Prize, a winner to be named December 1.
The Cundill History Prize 2022 shortlist includes a current-year Pulitzer Prize winner among its eight titles from six publishers.