The David H. Pinkney Prize, for the most distinguished book in French history published for the first time the preceding year 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, goes to Judith G. Coffin for Sex, Love, and Letters: Writing Simone de Beauvoir (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2020), with an honorable mention for Nimisha Barton, Reproductive Citizens: Gender, Immigration, and the State in Modern France, 1880–1945 (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2020).

The William Koren Jr. Prize, for the most outstanding article on any period of French history published the previous year by a scholar appointed at a college or university in the United States or Canada, goes to Sarah Maza for “Toy Stories: Poupées, culture matérielle et imaginaire de classe dans la France du XIXe siècle,” Revue historique, no. 694...

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