2013 Coleman Prize

6 02 2013

The Association of Business Historians invites submissions for consideration for the
2013 Coleman Prize. This prestigious prize is open to PhD dissertations in Business
History either having a British subject or completed at a British University. All
dissertations completed in the calendar years 2011 and 2012 are eligible (with the
exception of previous submissions). The value of the prize is £250. Named in honour
of the British Business Historian Donald Coleman, this prize is awarded annually by
the Association of Business Historians to recognise excellence in new research in
Britain. The Prize is sponsored by the Taylor & Francis Group, a scholarly publisher
which makes available original manuscript collections, rare printed books and other
primary source materials in microform and electronic format. It is a condition of
eligibility for the Prize that short-listed finalists present their findings at the
Association’s annual conference, to be held at the Lancashire Business School,
Preston, UK. For more information see here.


Please note that the deadline for submission of entries for the 2013 Coleman Prize for PhD dissertation has now been extended to 28.02.13. We particularly encourage PhD students who have successfully completed in 2012 to apply. If you are aware of recent PhDs who are not members of ABH but are eligible we would be grateful if you bring this opportunity to their attention. Details of the competition are in the attachment.



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