PCCBS Prize Winners

PCCBS congratulates its most recent prize winners. Awards were made at the 2022 virtual meeting.

2020-21 Book Prize Winner: Priya Satia, Time’s Monster: How History Makes History (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2020)
2020-21 PCCBS Book Prize Description

2020-21 Book Prize Honorable Mention: Susan M. Cogan, Catholic Social Networks in Early Modern England: Kinship, Gender, and Coexistence (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2021)
2020-21 PCCBS Book Prize Honorable Mention Description

2021 Article Prize Winner: Samuel Fullerton, “Fatal Adulteries: Sexual Politics in the English Revolution,” The Journal of British Studies 60, no. 4 (October 2021): 793-821
2021 PCCBS Article Prize Description

2020 Article Prize Winner: Jennifer Binczewski, “Power in Vulnerability: Widows and Priest Holes in the Early Modern English Catholic Community,” British Catholic History 35, no. 1 (May 2020): 1-24.
2020 PCCBS Article Prize Description

2020-2021 Graduate Student Prizes:
Claire Wrigley (University of California, Berkeley), “‘To Sweep Away and Raise Up’: Slum Clearances, Public Housing, and State Surveillance in Britain, 1919-1930.” Advisor: Prof. James Vernon. History Department, University of California, Berkeley.
Brendan Mackie (University of California, Berkeley), “Ringing The Changes: Clubs, Conspicuous Complexity, and the Middle-Class Public in 18th-Century England.” Advisor: Prof. Thomas Laqueur, History Department, University of California, Berkeley.

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NACBS Mentoring Program

PCCBS encourages members to participate in NACBS’s new mentoring program that pairs advanced graduate students and early-career scholars with established scholars.

Mentorship may take a range of forms, but it is primarily intended as a means to offer concrete advice regarding the academic and professional job markets, developing and sustaining research agendas, publication strategies, finding and sustaining networks of support, juggling professional commitments, and other career-related issues.

This program is open to all scholars of British Studies wherever they may reside. Mentors should retain active membership status within NACBS throughout their participation in the program; however, mentees are encouraged but not required to join the NACBS.

For more information, and to apply, please see: http://nacbs.org/blog/announcement-of-nacbs-mentoring-program/

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PCCBS Newsletter Fall 2018

A copy of the PCCBS newsletter for Fall 2018 can be found here: Charivari_PCCBS_Fall_2018

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PCCBS Newsletter Fall 2017

A copy of the PCCBS newsletter for Fall 2017 can be found here:
PCCBS-Newsletter-2017

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PCCBS Newsletter 2016

Please see the link below for a copy of PCCBS’s 2016 newsletter:

PCCBS Newsletter 2016

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Charivari – PCCBS Newsletter 2015

You may download a copy of the Fall 2015 Newsletter here:
PCCBS Newsletter 2015

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PCCBS Newsletter 2014

The PCCBS Newsletter, Fall 2014, is available for download here…
PCCBS Newsletter 2014

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PCCBS Newsletter Fall 2013

The PCCBS Newsletter, Fall 2013, is available for download here…
PCCBS Newsletter 2013

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Fall 2012 Newsletter

You may download a copy of the Fall 2012 Newsletter here:
PCCBS Newsletter 2012

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Fall 2011 Newsletter

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PCCBS Newsletter 2011

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