The Society for French Historical Studies awards the David H. Pinkney Prize for the best book in French history published by a citizen of the United States or Canada or by an author with a full-time appointment at a college or university in one of those countries. For this year's competition, only books published in 2018 will be considered; submissions in advance of publication are ineligible, as are edited works. The application deadline is December 15, 2018. The winner, who receives $1,500, will be announced at the annual meeting of the society. Publishers should send a copy of each book to every member of the committee, whose addresses will appear on the SFHS website: www.societyforfrenchhistoricalstudies.net/prizes.

The Gilbert Chinard Book Prize is awarded by the Society for French Historical Studies with the financial support of its Institut Français d'Amérique fund. It recognizes the best book published by a North American...

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