Longman-History Today Awards 2005: The Winners

Peter Furtado announces the winners of the 2005 Longman-History Today Awards.

Peter Furtado | Published in History Today


History Today Trustees award for the promotion of history in 2004. This award, and others for Book of the Year, New Generation Book, Undergraduate Dissertation, and Picture Researcher were announced on January 6th, at the Royal Geographical Society.

The Trust was set up to commemorate the long relationship between History Today and Longman publishers, and it prizes the creation and popular dissemination of serious history in all its forms. The Book of the Year award, which this year was shared between two authors, the modern German historian Nikolaus Wachsmann and medievalist Joanna Laynesmith, is intended to encourage new writers and is given for an author’s first or second book only.

Other prizes were awarded to Ruth Brocklehurst forVictorians, a picture book published by Usborne for secondary school children; Sally Nicholls and Suzanne Bosman for their picture research; and, in an award made jointly by the magazine and the Royal Historical Society, Andrew Arsan of Cambridge for his undergraduate dissertation on Lebanese and Syrian politics in the early twentieth century. The prizes are described in more detail below.

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