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Bowling Green Prize in Policy History


The Graduate Program in Policy History at Bowling Green State University, in association with the Institute for Political History, offers the Bowling Green Book Prize in International or Comparative Policy History. This is a biannual award for the best book published in a two year period. International or Comparative Policy History is broadly defined to include social and cultural as well as political, economic and institutional topics, approaches, and methodologies. Nominated works should incorporate an international or comparative perspective examining different national, regional, or chronological policy settings. The prizewinner will be announced at the biennial Policy History Conference, sponsored by the Institute for Political History. The prize carries an honorarium of $1000 and an invitation to speak at Bowling Green State University. The deadline for entries is December 1 of the year prior to the announcement of the prize, beginning in 2008. Nominations can be made directly by publishers, or by individuals. Three copies of nominated works should be sent to:

Policy History Book Prize
Department of History
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403