The Social History Society has been encouraging and promoting innovative scholarship since founded in 1974. To this end, the new Social History Society Book Prize has been established.
A call went out to over fifty presses to nominate scholarly and original works of historical research, written in English, on any subject in social and cultural history (providing they are not their author’s first book) published during 2016. Authors should be normally resident in the UK.
At our 2018 conference we will celebrate the first award.
WINNER: Sleep in Early Modern England by Sasha Handley (Yale University Press)
RUNNER UP: Consumption and the Country House by Jon Stobart and Mark Rothery (Oxford University Press)
For more on the inaugural winners, please click here.