The Society for French Historical Studies (SFHS) announced the winners of its fellowships, awards, and prizes at its annual meeting in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

The David H. Pinckney Prize for the best book in history published in 2013 by a citizen of the United States or Canada or by an author with a full-time appointment at a US or Canadian college or university was awarded to the late John C. Rule, Ohio State University, and Ben S. Trotter, Columbus State Community College, for A World of Paper:Louis XIV, Colbert de Torcy, and the Rise of the Information State (McGill-Queen's University Press).

The Gilbert Chinard Prize for a distinguished scholarly book published in North America in 2013 on the history of themes shared by France and North, Central, or South America was awarded to Michael Kwass, Johns Hopkins University, for Contraband: Louis Mandrin and the Making of a Global Underground...

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