Winner of the 2021 PCCBS Book Prize
Priya Satia, Time’s Monster: How History Makes History (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2020)
Susan M. Cogan, Catholic Social Networks in Early Modern England: Kinship, Gender, and Coexistence (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2021)
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Winner of the 2021 PCCBS Article Prize
Samuel Fullerton, “Fatal Adulteries: Sexual Politics in the English Revolution,” The Journal of British Studies 60, no. 4 (October 2021): 793-821
Winner of the 2020 PCCBS Article Prize
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.
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Winners of the 2020-21 PCCBS Graduate Prize
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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