American Society For Eighteenth Century Studies 2022
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UVA Press invites submissions for the 2023 Walker Cowen Memorial Prize in Eighteenth-Century Studies | DEADLINE: November 1, 2022

Awarded annually to the author of a scholarly book-length manuscript in eighteenth-century studies, including the Americas and the Atlantic world, the Cowen Prize offers $5000 and publication. Submissions may be in history (including history of science), literature, philosophy, or the arts. For more information, contact Angie Hogan

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