Call for Nominations: MHA Awards

By January 20, 2015

Screen Shot 2015-01-20 at 9.29.48 AMIt’s that time of year, and MHA folk are reminding us to submit books and articles for their annual awards to be given at the conference in June. We would especially like to draw your attention to the following awards, and encourage everyone to submit your own work to the relevant categories. The deadline is February 1.

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Best Article Award

Awards of Excellence (2 articles)

An author may submit only one of his or her articles or essays from a journal or an anthology. A journal may submit up to four articles by different authors published during the year after verifying that they are not duplicating an author’s submission.

Submit 1 electronic copy of each article.

Matthew Grow
mjgrow@ldschurch.org
(801) 240-9218

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Best Dissertation Award

Best Thesis Award

Submit 1 electronic copy of each dissertation or thesis.

Bob Goldberg
Bob.goldberg@utah.edu
(801) 581-8844

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Best Graduate Paper Award

Students are eligible to submit one paper. Submissions should include a cover sheet with name, address, school, department, undergraduate/graduate major, class for which the paper was written, and biographical information.

Submit 1 electronic copy of each submission.

John Sillito
jsillito@weber.edu
(801) 626-8568

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