MHA Is Actively Seeking Nominations for Awards

By February 1, 2014

The Mormon History Association will give its annual awards for the best books and articles published (by copyright date) as well as theses, dissertations, and student papers written during 2013 on Mormon history, at its annual 2014 conference, which will be held in June in San Antonio, Texas. Details regarding the nominating procedure are available on the MHA website for the following awards:

  • Best Book Award
  • Best Biography Award
  • Best Documentary Editing / Bibliography Award
  • Best First Book Award
  • Best International Book Award
  • Best Family / Community History Award
  • Best Article Award
  • Awards of Excellence (2 articles)
  • Best International Article Award
  • Best Women’s History Article Award
  • Best Dissertation Award
  • Best Thesis Award
  • Best Graduate Paper Award
  • Best Undergraduate Paper Award

Submission deadline is February 15, 2014.

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