Congratulations to the 2022 Prize Winners!

Published on May 20, 2022

CANADIAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION PRIZES

John Bullen Prize (The John Bullen Prize honours the outstanding Ph.D. thesis on a historical topic submitted in a Canadian university by a Canadian citizen or permanent resident)

WINNER 
Colin Murray Osmond, “Paycheques and Paper Promises: Coast Salish and Mi’kmaw Work and Family Life under Canadian Settler Colonialism,” PhD dissertation, University of Saskatchewan, 2021. 

 Jean-Marie Fecteau Prize (The prize is awarded for the best article published in a peer-reviewed journal (including peer-reviewed student journals) by a PhD of MA-level student, in French or in English).

WINNER 
Roxanne L. Korpan, "Scriptural Relations: Colonial Formations of Anishinaabemowin Bibles in Nineteenth-Century Canada," Material Religion 17, no. 2 (2021): 147-176.

CHA Teaching Awards 
Early or Alternative Career Award - Canadian History

WINNER 
Funké Aladejebi

Open State Career Award - Canadian History 

WINNER
Benjamin Hoy 

Prix Clio Prizes (These annual awards are given for meritorious publications or for exceptional contributions by individuals or organizations to regional history)

Atlantic Region

WINNER 
Ruth Compton BrouwerAll Things in Common: A Canadian Family and Its Island Utopia.  University of Toronto Press, 2021.

Québec

WINNER  
Catherine Larochelle, L’école du racisme. La construction de l’altérité à l’école québécoise (1830-1915). Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal.

Ontario

WINNER 
Helen Olsen Agger, Dadibaajim: Returning Home Through Narrative. University of Manitoba Press.

The Prairies 

WINNER 
 Allyson D. Stevenson, Intimate Integration: A History of the Sixties Scoop and the Colonization of Indigenous Kinship. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021.

British Columbia 

WINNER 
Robert A.J. McDonald, A Long Way to Paradise. A New History of British Columbia Politics. University of British Columbia Press.

Le Prix Ferguson Prize (is awarded to outstanding scholarly book in a field of history other than Canadian history)

WINNER 
Royden LoewenMennonite Farmers. A Global History of Place and Sustainability. Johns Hopkins University Press / University of Manitoba Press.

The CHA Best Scholarly Book in Canadian History Prize Le prix du meilleur livre savant en histoire canadienne de la SHC is awarded to the non-fiction work of Canadian history judged to have made the most significant contribution to an understanding of the Canadian past.

WINNER
 Benjamin HoyA Line of Blood and Dirt: Creating the Canada-United States Border across Indigenous Lands (Oxford University Press, 2021.

CHA AFFILIATED COMMITTEES PRIZES

Canadian Committee on Labor History |  Best Article Prize 

WINNER 
Peter Campbell, “Let Us Rise: Dialectical Thinking, the Commodification of Labour Power, and the Legacy of the Socialist Party of Canada,” Labour/Le Travail 87 (Spring 2021): 93–120.

Eugene A. Forsey Prize For Graduate Student Dissertation Prize 

WINNER
Kassandra L. Luciuk,
“Making Ukrainian Canadians:  Identity, Politics, and Power in Cold War Canada,” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Toronto, 2021.

Canadian Committee on Migration, Ethnicity and Transnationalism Article Prize

WINNER 
Jelena Golubovic, “Beyond Agency as Good: Complicity and Displacement after the Siege of Sarajevo.” Journal of Refugee Studies (2021): 1-20". 

 Best Article Prize on the History of Sexuality

WINNER
Belinda Deneen Wallace, “Our Lives: Scribal Activism, Intimacy, and Black Lesbian Visibility in 1980s Canada. Journal of Canadian Studies 54, 2-3 (Spring 2020): 334-359.

The Neil Sutherland Article Prize on the history of Children and Youth

WINNER
Antoine Burgard, “Contested Childhood: Assessing the Age of Young Refugees in the Aftermath of the Second World War,” History Workshop 92 (2021).

Best Book Prize of the Network in Canadian History & Environment 

WINNER 
Brittany LubyDammed: The Politics of Loss and Survival in Anishinaabe Territory (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press. 

Canadian Committee on Women’s and Gender History recognises each year the best articles in French and English on women's and gender history.

WINNER OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE ARTICLE 
Jean-Philippe Garneau, « La tutelle des enfants mineurs au Bas-Canada : autorité domestique, traditions juridiques et masculinités », Revue d'histoire de l'Amérique française, volume 74, no. 4, printemps 2021, p. 11-35. 

WINNER OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTICLE
Willeen Keough, "Newfoundland Landsmen Sealing: Interrogating the Limits of Ecomasculinity in the Late 20th and Early 21st Centuries," Acadiensis 50, 2 (Autumn 2021): 155-183.

Best English-Language Book Prize

WINNER
Joan Sangster, Demanding Equality. One Hundred Years of Canadian Feminism. University of  British Columbia Press, 2021.

Political History Group | Best English-Language Article Prize

WINNER
Daniel Manulak, “’An African Representative’: Canada, the Third World, and South African Apartheid, 1984-1990,” The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History  (June 2021), 1-32.

Book Prize

WINNER
Benjamin HoyA Line of Blood and Dirt: Creating the Canada-United States Border across Indigenous Lands. Oxford University Press.

Canadian Business History Association 

WINNER
Michel Dahan, « « Tout le monde voyage » : l’agence Hone & Rivet et les débuts de l’industrie touristique au Canada (1894–1939). » (Volume 102, numéro 3, septembre 2021, 365-389).

Indigenous History Prizes - Best Article Prize

WINNERS 
Cody Groat & Kim Anderson, “Holding Place: Resistance, Reframing, and Relationality in the Representation of Indigenous History”. The Canadian Historical Review, Volume 102, Issue 3.

Daniel Macfarlane & Andrea Olive, “Whither Wintego: Environmental Impact Assessment and Indigenous Opposition in Saskatchewan’s Churchill River Hydropower Project in the 1970.” The Canadian Historical Review, Volume 102, Issue 4.

Best Book Prize

CO-WINNERS 
Helen Olsen AggerDadibaajim : Returning Home through Narrative. University of Manitoba Press.

Daniel RückThe Laws and the Land: The Settler Colonial Invasion of Kahnawake in Nineteenth-Century Canada. UBC Press.

 

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