Each year at the Annual Conference, the Tri-University Graduate Program in History awards two essay prizes. The Doctoral Prize is given to the best paper published by a doctoral student in the previous calendar year. The MA Prize is awarded to the best paper written for a Tri-University MA seminar in the previous fall term.
Preston Arens – “Strictly Non-committal’: British Economic Policy and the Commonwealth,” published last year in The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs.
Graham Lloyd – ‘The End of Spring in Guatemala,” a paper submitted to John Sbardellati’s HIST 632 Fall 2018.
Kyle Pritchard – “Pleased and Thankful: James Bowman’s Diary, Rural Profiteering, and the Great War,” published in Guelph History.
Nizar Mohammad – “A Collection of Negatives: The Case of Sons of Iraq and the US in their Counterinsurgency Alliance,” a paper submitted to Alex Statiev’s HIST 604 Fall 2017.
Matthew S. Wiseman – “Unlocking the ‘Eskimo Secret’: Defence Science in the Cold War Canadian Arctic, 1947-1954,” published in the Journal of the Canadian Historical Association.
Matthew Hargreaves – “Canada’s Reserves: Clashes of Natural, Identity, and Language Delineations in Canada’s Reservation Historiography,” a paper submitted to Susan Neylan’s HI 625 Fall 2016.