Gilbert Chinard Prize
Deadline: December, annually
Eligibility: Books on the history of themes shared by France and North, Central and South America, published by Canadian or American authors during 1998. Historical studies in any area or period are acceptable, including critical editions of significant source materials. Three copies of each entry must be submitted.
Value: $1,000 (US)
Contact: Prof. Kim Munholland
551-101 Milton Ct., Long Beach, CA 90803
Further Details: The Institut Franšais de Washington funds the prize and a committee of the Society for French Historical Studies determines the winners.
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