• Nine Historians Awarded Dan David Prize

    In 2021 the David Dan Prize adopted an explicit focus on supporting and honoring contributions to historical understanding. Nine scholars have received awards of $300,000 to advance their work. 

  • The AHA Announces 2022 Prize Winners

    Congratulations to this years honorees for publication, teaching, mentoring and service to the profession. 

  • Historians Among 2022 Guggenheim Awardees

    "On April 7, 2022, the Board of Trustees of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation approved the awarding of Guggenheim Fellowships to a diverse group of 180 exceptional individuals."

  • The OAH Announces Annual Prize Winners

    The Organization of American Historians has released its 2022 honorees for scholarship, service, and contributions to history. 

  • AHA Announces 2021 Prize Winners

    HNN congratulates the winners of the AHA's awards for publication, teaching, and service to the profession. 

  • 2020 Frederick Douglass Book Prize Winner

    Notre Dame professor Sophie White's "Voices of the Enslaved: Love, Labor and Longing in French Louisiana" is the winner of the 22nd annual Frederick Douglass Book Prize for the best book on the history of slavery, resistance and abolition. 

  • 2020 Awards, Prizes, And Honors Announced

    As of Wednesday, some important winners have been announced--the AHA's annual prizes for scholarship, teaching, and contributions to the historical profession.

  • UHA Announces Award Winners

    The Urban History Association announces its annual awards for best book, best journal article, and best dissertation.

  • Continuing to Reshape Women’s History: The Ongoing Story of Nontraditional Women Historians

    by Julie Gallagher and Barbara Winslow

    The editors of a collection of essays by non-traditional women historians celebrate the impact of the Catherine Prelinger Award (of the Coordinating Council for Women in History), which aided the scholarship published in their book and is supporting a new generation of women historians expanding the scope of the field to address race, disability, indigeneity, and mass incarceration (among other issues).

  • Kenneth Pomeranz wins 2021 Toynbee Prize

    Kenneth Pomeranz's work on global economic history has been recognized for driving new understanding of the history of global exchange and sparked global collaboration among historians.