The Forum on European Expansion and Global Interaction is pleased to announce inaugural prizes to promote research and to recognize exceptional scholarship on the subject of global interactions from the fourteenth through the nineteenth centuries. FEEGI is a membership organization that fosters scholarly inquiry into the world-wide consequences of maritime and overland expansion in a period of significant transformation. FEEGI encourage scholarship and collaboration across the boundaries of national histories and disciplinary frameworks.
FEEGI prizes recognize both exemplary and path-breaking work in the area of cross-cultural or trans-regional investigations of the early-modern past, broadly construed. Only members of FEEGI are eligible for these prizes. To join FEEGI, go to http://feegi.org/membership.htm
The best book and best article prizes recognize works published in a two-year period, with prizes announced in odd years. The book prize winner will receive $500; the article prize winner $200. The 2013 prizes will cover work published between 1 October 2010 and 1 October 2012.
To have your work considered for 2013 FEEGI Book Prize, send a hard copy of the book to each of the committee members by 10 October 2012. Please identify your book as a submission for the FEEGI Book Prize.
Mail your book to:
Alison Games (Chair)
Department of History, ICC 600
Washington, DC 20057-1035
Department of History
950 Main St.
Worcester, MA 01610
801 22nd St. NW, Suite 335
Department of History
George Washington University
Washington, DC 20052
To have your work considered for the 2013 FEEGI Article Prize:
Email a .pdf to each of the committee members by 10 October 2012
Chair: Matthew Romaniello, Univeristy of Hawaii: email@example.com
Owen Stanwood, Boston College: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kris Lane, Tulane University: email@example.com
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