2009 Frank Zeidler Academic Awards--Cash Prizes for Research Papers in Wisconsin Labor and Working Class History
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Full details about the upcoming eighth year of the Frank P. Zeidler Academic Awards, offered annually by the Wisconsin Labor History Society, are now available on the website of the Wisconsin Labor History Society; two prizes are available annually--one $1,000 prize for a paper of original research by a graduate student and one $500 prize for a paper of original research by an undergraduate; the papers must report original research into either Wisconsin labor history or the history of the working-class in Wisconsin. To be considered for the 2009 Zeidler Academic Awards, papers must be received by January 8, 2010.
To be eligible for the awards, students must have been enrolled at any college, university, or professional school during some portion of the 2009 calendar year, although the research submitted does not need to have been written during 2009. Please see the "2009 Call for Research Papers" providing the full description of the requirements of the competition on the society's website (in the "Contest Information" section).
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