Prize Winners

Winner of the 2022-23 PCCBS Book Prize
Micah Alpaugh, Friends of Freedom: The Rise of Social Movements in the Age of Atlantic Revolution (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022)

For past book prize winners, see: Book Prize Winners

Winner of the 2023 PCCBS Article Prize
Lisa Cody, “‘Marriage is No Protection for Crime’: Coverture, Sex, and Marital Rape in Eighteenth-Century England,” Journal of British Studies 61, no. 4 (October 2022): 809–834

For past article prize winners, see: Article Prize Winners

2023 Inaugural Winner of the David Lieberman Presidential Doctoral Student Fellowship
Eva Vaillancourt (Department of History, University of California, Berkeley) for her dissertation project “Red Light, Green Light: Traffic and the Twilight of the British World Order, 1890 to 1950.”

See: David Lieberman Presidential Doctoral Student Fellowship

Winners of the 2022-23 PCCBS Graduate Prize
Kristen Thomas-McGill (UC Santa Barbara, advised by Erika Rappaport): “Deciphering Professional Interpersonal Relationships and Archival Practices through an Imperial Scandal.”

For past graduate prize winners, see: Graduate Prize Winners