Humanities and Social Sciences Federation of Canada Scholarly Book Awards
Eligibility: Prizes are awarded for the best Canadian scholarly works written in English and French in the Social Sciences and Humanities and which are subsidized by the Aid to Scholarly Publications Programme.
Value: $1,000 for each award
Contact: Kel Morin-Parsons
Sponsor: Aid to Scholarly Publications Programme
Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences
275 Bank St., Suite 300
Ottawa, ON K2P 2L6
Phone: 613-238-6112 x352
Description: The Harold Adams Innes Prize: Awarded to the best English-language book published in the Social Sciences. The Jean-Charles Falardeau Prize: Awarded to the best French-language book published in the Social Sciences. The Raymond Klibansky Prize (English): Awarded to the best English-language book published in the Humanities. The Raymond Klibansky Prize (French): Awarded to the best French-language book published in the Humanities.
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