The 2021 jury for the British Academy Book Prize for Global Understanding returns in the 2022 cycle, seeking works that ‘public understanding of world cultures.’
British Academy jurors name Sujit Sivasundaram as this year’s winner for his portrayal of ‘Indigenous peoples in the Indian and Pacific oceans’ in his nonfiction book ‘Waves Across the South.’
Following the Al-Rodhan partnership’s seed funding, the British Academy now carries this nonfiction prize forward.
The 2021 season for the Al-Rodhan Prize opens at a moment of sharp transition in the program’s field of international understanding.
The daughter of a Welsh mother and Jamaican father, Hazel Carby wins the Nayef Al-Rodhan Prize for her treatment of her family’s story.
‘Converging in their concern with the legacies of empire,’ five titles are named by the £25,000 Al-Rodhan Prize program in London.
King’s College literature and history professor emeritus Patrick Wright has been announced as chair of the Nayef Al-Rodhan Prize for Global Cultural Understanding 2020
In what ‘changed the way in which the jury thought about Africa,’ Toby Green’s book revisits the 18th- and 19th-century center of the slave trade.
With a hope of seeing readers ‘look to other cultures to find answers’ in an era of stark divisions, this year’s Al-Rodhan jury names its six top picks.
The Skyhorse edition of the Mueller Report a nonfiction bestseller on Amazon, despite that it, as yet, has nothing between its covers.
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