The Pennsylvania State University

Award Winning Titles

2014

Winner of the 2014 Margaret Wade Labarge Prize from the Canadian Society of Medievalists
THE TRANSFORMATIONS OF MAGIC by Frank Klaassen

Winner of the 2014 Eleanor Tufts Book Award from American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies
ART OF ESTRANGEMENT by Pamela Patton

Winner of the 2013 Gustave O. Arlt Award from The Council of Graduate Schools
VISION AND THE VISIONARY IN RAPHAEL by Christian Kleinbub

Honorable Mention for the 2014 Eleanor Tufts Book Award from American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies
DIEGO VELAZQUEZ’S EARLY PAINTINGS AND THE CULTURE OF SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY SEVILLE by Tanya Tiffany

Finalist for the 2014 Charles Rufus Morey Book Award
IMAGINING THE PASSION IN A MULTICONFESSIONAL CASTILE by Cynthia Robinson

2013

Winner of the 2013 Charles C. Eldredge Prize for Distinguished Scholarship in American Art awarded by The Smithsonian American Art Museum
THOMAS HART BENTON AND THE AMERICAN SOUND by Leo G. Mazow

Winner of the 2013 Roland H. Bainton Award in Art and Music History from the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference
THE WAKE OF ICONOCLASM by Angela Vanhaelen

Winner of the 2013 Howard R. Marraro prize for the best work in Italian Catholic history from the American Catholic Historical Association
THE ITALIAN PIAZZA TRANSFORMED by Areli Marina

Winner of the 2013 Marie Hochmuth Nichols Award from the Public Address Division of the National Communication Association honoring outstanding published scholarship in public address
CONFESSIONAL CRISES AND CULTURAL POLITICS IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY AMERICA by Dave Tell

Winner of the 2013 National Women's Studies Association Sara A. Whaley Book Prize for outstanding monographs that address women and labor
CARE WORK AND CLASS by Merike Blofield

Winner of the 2013 Ewell L. Newman Award from the American Historical Print Collector's Society for outstanding publication enhancing appreciation of American prints that are 100 or more years old
PHILADEPHIA ON STONE by Erika Piola

Winner of the 2013 Best First Book Award from the Foundations of Political Theory section of the American Political Science Association
INFINITE AUTONOMY by Jeffrey Church

2012

Winner of the 2012 James A. Winans - Herbert A. Wichelns Memorial Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Rhetoric and Public Address presented by the National Communication Association
LETTERS TO POWER by Samuel McCormick

Winner of the 2012 Bryce Wood Book Award presented by the Latin American Studies Association
MINING FOR THE NATION by Jody Pavilack

Winner of the 2012 Latin American Studies Association Peru Section Flora Tristán Book Award
SECOND-WAVE NEOLIBERALISM by Christina Ewig

Winner of the 2012 Thomas McGann Award presented by the Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies
MINING FOR THE NATION by Jody Pavilack

Winner of the 2012 Van Cott Award from the Political Institutions section of the Latin American Studies Association for outstanding book since the 2010 International LASA Conference
BANKRUPT REPRESENTATION AND PARTY SYSTEM COLLAPSE by Jana Morgan

Winner of the 2012 Everett Lee Hunt Award presented by the Eastern Communication Association
LETTERS TO POWER by Samuel McCormick

2011

Winner of the 2011 American Book Award as sponsored by The Before Columbus Foundation
THE COMPLETE PLAYS OF JEAN RACINE, VOLUME 1: THE FRATRICIDES by Jean Racine and Translated into English rhymed couplets with critical notes and commentary by Geoffrey Alan Argent

Winner of the 2011 Spiro Kostof Award sponsored by the Society of Architectural Historians
CONSTANTINOPOLIS/ISTANBUL by Çiğdem Kafescioğlu

Winner of the 2011 James A. Winans-Herbert A. Wichelns Memorial Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Rhetoric and Public Address award as sponsored by the National Communications Association
PUBLIC FORGETTING by Bradford Vivian

2010

Winner of the 2010 Best Book on Theatre and/or Performance prize as sponsored by the American Theatre and Drama Society
AMERICA'S LONGEST RUN by Andrew Davis

Choice Outstanding Academic Titles
REMBRANDT'S FAITH by Shelley Perlove and Larry Silver
CANON FODDER by Penny A. Weiss

Winner of the 2010 Roland H. Bainton Prize for Art History as sponsored by the Sixteenth Century Society
REMBRANDT'S FAITH by Shelley Perlove and Larry Silver

Winner of the Eric Hoffer Award
THE NEW HOLY WARS by Robert H. Nelson

Winner of the Medieval Academy's 2010 John Nicholas Brown Prize
ICONS AND POWER by Bissera Pentcheva

Winner of the 2010 Eleanor Tufts Book Award as sponsored by the American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies
THE DRAMA OF THE PORTRAIT by Laura Bass

2009

Choice Outstanding Academic Titles
THE VOTER'S DILEMMA AND DEMOCRATIC ACCOUNTABILITY by Mona M. Lyne
PAINTING AS BUSINESS IN EARLY SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY ROME by Patrizia Cavazzini
GIOTTO'S O by Andrew Ladis

2009 Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for a Translation of a Scholarly Study of Literature as sponsored by the Modern Language Association
THE BOOK OF PEACE BY CHRISTINE DE PIZAN edited by Karen Green, Constant J. Mews, and Janice Pinder

2009 Honorable Mention - Global Division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems' Best Book Award
THE ILLUSION OF CIVIL SOCIETY by Jon Shefner

2009 AAUP Book Jacket and Journal Show, Scholarly Typographic
A WORLD ART HISTORY AND ITS OBJECTS
by David Carrier

2009 AAUP Book Jacket and Journal Show, Scholarly Illustrated
THE DRAMA OF THE PORTRAIT
Theater and Visual Culture in Early Modern Spain
by Laura R. Bass
DOSSO DOSSI
Paintings of Myth, Magic, and the Antique
by Giancarlo Fiorenza

2009 AAUP Book Jacket and Journal Show, Jackets and Covers
THE COMMONWEALTH OF NATURE
Art and Poetic Community in the Age of Dante
by C. Jean Campbell
FOR THE LOVE OF MURPHY'S
The Behind the Counter Story of a Great American Retailer
by Jason Togyer

2008

Honourable Mention Best Book in American Studies sponsored by the British Association for American Studies
THE CULTURE AND COMMERCE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN NOVEL by Stephen Shapiro

Choice Outstanding Academic Titles
CONGRESS AND THE CLASSROOM by Lee W. Anderson
DECONSTRUCTING LEGITIMACY by Patricia H. Marks
THE ECSTATIC QUOTIDIAN by Jennifer Anna Gosetti-Ferencei

Premio del Rey Prize sponsored by the American Historical Association
ILLUMINATED HAGGADOT FROM MEDIEVEL SPAIN
by Katrin Kogman-Appel

Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship Best First Book Prize
SIGNS OF DEVOTION
Virginia Blanton

Kathleen Arnold has won the 2009 Polity Prize awarded for the best article to appear in the pages of Polity, the journal of the Northeastern Political Science Association, in 2007. This article was the basis for her book, AMERICA'S NEW WORKING CLASS.

Charles Tilly Award for the Best Book Published in Collective Behavior and Social Movements sponsored by the American Sociological Association
PROTEST POLITICS IN GERMANY
Movements on the Left and Right since the 1960s
by Roger Karapin

Honorable Mention from the Delba Winthrop Fund for Excellence in Political Science
THE PROBLEMS AND PROMISE OF COMMERCIAL SOCIETY
Adam Smith's Response to Rousseau
by Dennis C. Rasmussen

2008 AAUP Book Jacket and Journal Show, Scholarly Illustrated
BEYOND PLEASURE
Freud, Lacan, Barthes
by Margaret Iversen
DYNAMIC SPLENDOR
The Wall Mosaics in the Cathedral of Eufrasius at Porec
by Ann Terry and Henry Maguire

2008 AAUP Book Jacket and Journal Show, Trade Illustrated
THE ART AND SCIENCE OF WILLIAM BARTRAM
by Judith Magee
JANE HAMMOND
Paper Work
edited by Marianne Doezema

2007

Eleanor Tufts Book Award sponsored by the American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies
DOCUMENTING SPAIN
By Jordana Mendelson

PSP Award for Excellence in the category of Art and Art History
DYNAMIC SPLENDOR
by Ann Terry and Henry Maguire

Book Prize of the British History of Education Society
FROM THE SALON TO THE SCHOOLROOM
by Rebecca Rogers

South Central MLA Book Prize
HOW ST. PETERSBURG LEARNED TO STUDY ITSELF by Emily Johnson

Choice Outstanding Academic Titles
THE EARLY MODERN PAINTER-ETCHER by Michael Cole, ed.
LOST WORLDS by Jonathan Dewald
ILLUMINATED HAGGADOT FROM MEDIEVAL SPAIN by Katrin Kogman-Appel
DYNAMIC SPLENDOR by Ann Terry and Henry Maguire

AAUP Book Jacket and Journal Show, Scholarly Illustrated
LOOKING INTO WALT WHITMAN
American Art, 1850-1920
by Ruth L. Bohan

AAUP Book Jacket and Journal Show, Jacket and Covers
HORSE-AND-BUGGY MENNONITES
Hoofbeats of Humility in a Postmodern World
by Donald B. Kraybill and James P. Hurd

Winner of the Nikolai Antsiferov Prize for Best Contribution to the Study of St. Petersburg by a foreign author:
HOW ST. PETERSBURG LEARNED TO STUDY ITSELF by Emily Johnson

2006

Choice Outstanding Academic Title
MEMOIRS OF NIKITA KHRUSHCHEV, VOL II Edited by Sergei Khrushchev

Roy G. Neville Prize Award by the Chemical Heritage Foundation.
THE ENLIGHTENED JOSEPH PRIESTLEY
A Study of His Life and Work from 1773 to 1804
by Robert E. Schofield

Elisabeth Blair MacDougall Award by the Society for Architectural Historians.
THE NATURE OF AUTHORITY
Villa Culture, Landscape, and Representation in Eighteenth-Century Lombardy
by Dianne Harris

2005

Howard R. Marraro Prize of the American Catholic Historical Association.
CITIES OF GOD
The Religion of the Italian Communes, 1125-1325
by Augustine Thompson, O.P.

Choice Outstanding Academic Titles
FARMING FOR US ALL - Michael Mayerfeld Bell
IMITATION AND SOCIETY - Tom Huhn
THE NEW PALACES OF MEDIEVAL VENICE by Juergen Schulz

Outstanding Publications Award given by the Communal Studies Association.
VOICES OF THE TURTLEDOVES
The Sacred World of Ephrata
by Jeff Bach

Dale W. Brown Book Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Anabaptist and Pietist Studies
COMMUNITY OF THE CROSS
Moravian Piety in Colonial Bethlehem
by Craig D. Atwood

Winner of the ISI Henry Paolucci/Walter Bagehot Book Award
RENAISSANCE PERFECTED
Architecture, Spectacle, and Tourism in Fascist Italy
by D. Medina Lasansky

Heldt Award given by the Association for Women in Slavic Studies (AWSS) of the AAASS as the Best book by a woman in any area of Slavic/East European/Eurasian studies
MUSIC FOR THE REVOLUTION
Musicians and Power in Early Soviet Russia
by Amy Nelson

Vasari Award presented by the Dallas Museum of Art for the finest art history book authored by a scholar in Texas
HOMER, EAKINS, and ANSHUTZ
The Search for American Identity in the Gilded Age
by Randall C. Griffin

The Dave Moore Award presented by Elysian Fields Quarterly
SEPTEMBER SWOON
Richie Allen, the ’64 Phillies, and Racial Integration
by William C. Kashatus

Henry-Russell Hitchcock Book Award for 2005 presented by The Victorian Society in America for the book which the Society considers to have made the most significant contribution to nineteenth century studies in the prior year.
THE ROMANESQUE REVIVAL
Religion, Politics, and Transnational Exchange
by Kathleen Curran

2004

Choice Outstanding Academic Titles
THE SPRING WILL BE OURS - Andrzej Paczkowski
PUBLIC PIERS PLOWMAN - David C. Benson
COMMUNITY OF THE CROSS - Craig D. Atwood
CHALLENGES FOR RURAL AMERICA IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY
- David L. Brown and Louis E. Swanson with Alan W. Barton

Dale W. Brown Book Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Anabaptist and Pietist Studies
VOICES OF THE TURTLEDOVES
The Sacred World of Ephrata
by Jeff Bach

Thomas McGann Prize for the Best Book on Latin America, the Rocky Mountain Council on Latin American Studies
FROM LIBERAL TO REVOLUTIONARY OAXACA
The View from the South, Mexico 1867-1911
by Francie R. Chassen-López

James Russell Lowell Prize presented by the Modern Language Association
AT THE MARGINS OF THE RENAISSANCE
Lazarillo de Tormes and the Picaresque Art of Survival
by Giancarlo Maiorino

W.E.B. DuBois Book Award presented by the National Conference of Black Political Scientists
THE CONSTRAINT OF RACE
Legacies of White Skin Privilege in America
by Linda Faye Williams

Michael Harrington Award "for an outstanding book that demonstrates how scholarship can be used in the struggle for a better world" awarded by the Caucus for a New Political Science, The Organized Section on New Political Science of the APSA
THE CONSTRAINT OF RACE
Legacies of White Skin Privilege in America
by Linda Faye Williams

Best Book of 2004 on Public Policy and Race and Ethnicity awarded by the APSA's Organized Section on Race, Ethnicity, and Politics
THE CONSTRAINT OF RACE
Legacies of White Skin Privilege in America
by Linda Faye Williams

First Annual Book Award in Anabaptist and Pietist Studies from Young Center at Elizabethtown College
VOICES OF THE TURTLEDOVES
by Jeff Bach

2003

PRINT Design Award - cover design
THE QUATTRO CENTO AND STONES OF RIMINI
by Adrian Stokes

Army Historical Foundation - Finalist
(2002) Distinguished Writing Award
THE VALLEY FORGE WINTER
by Wayne Bodle

Canadian Philosophical Association Book Prize - Runner Up (one of four)
TOLERATION, DIVERSITY, AND GLOBAL JUSTICE
by Kok-Chor Tan

Choice Outstanding Academic Titles
THE SENTIMENTAL CITIZEN by George E. Marcus
ICONS OF POWER by Naomi Janowitz
NET LOSS by Nathan Newman
THE VALLEY FORGE WINTER by Wayne Bodle

Best Book Prize - Runner Up
New England Council of Latin American Studies
PRESIDENTS WITHOUT PARTIES
by Javier Corrales

Mattei Dogan Award - Honorable Mention
For best book published in the field of comparative research Society for Comparative Research
BLOOD AND DEBT
by Miguel Centeno

AAUP Book, Jacket and Journal Show
THE SENTIMENTAL CITIZEN
by George Marcus
For Jacket. Designed by Lisa Tremaine
U.S. INTELLIGENCE AND THE CONFRONTATION IN POLAND, 1980-81
by Douglas MacEachin
For Scholarly Typographic. Designed by Steve Kress

Gründler Prize for the best book in Medieval Studies
THE SPIRITUAL FRANCISCAN
From Protest to Persecution in the Century After Saint Francis
by David Burr

Eleanor Tufts Award for Outstanding English-language publication, sponsored by the American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies
INVENTING THE ART COLLECTION
Patrons, Markets, and the State in Nineteenth-Century Spain
by Oscar Vázquez

St. Paul Prize of the Lutheran Historical Society of the Mid-Atlantic Region
PIOUS TRADERS IN MEDICINE
German Pharmaceutical Networks in Eighteenth-Century North America
by Renate Wilson

2002

John Gilmary Shea Prize for best work on the history of the Catholic Church American Catholic Historical Association
THE SPIRITUAL FRANCISCANS
From Protest to Persecution in the Century After Saint Francis
by David Burr

Choice Outstanding Academic Titles
THE SPINELLI OF FLORENCE By Philip Jacks

Howard R. Marraro Prize of the American Catholic Historical Association
THE SPIRITUAL FRANCISCANS
From Protest to Persecution in the Century After Saint Francis
by David Burr

Philip S. Klein Book Prize for best book that illuminates the history of Pennsylvania The Pennsylvania Historical Association
MAKING AND REMAKING PENNSYLVANIA'S CIVIL WAR
by William A. Blair and William Pencak

Grundler Prize for the best book in Medieval Studies
The Medieval Institute
THE MAKING OF THE BIBLES MORALISEES
by John Lowden

Eleanor Tufts Award for Outstanding English-language publication, sponsored by the American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies
GARDENS, LANDSCAPE, AND VISION IN THE PALACES OF ISLAMIC SPAIN
by D. Fairchild Ruggles

Kremers Award of the Institute for the History of Pharmacy at Wisconsin, Madison
PIOUS TRADERS IN MEDICINE
German Pharmaceutical Networks in Eighteenth-Century North America
by Renate Wilson

2001

Honorable Mention - James Mooney Award of the Southern Anthropological Society
THE ESTUARY'S GIFT
An Atlantic Coast Biogrpahy
by David Griffith

Casey Award Finalist sponsored by Spitball: The Literary Baseball Magazine
GATEWAY TO THE MAJORS
Williamsport and Minor League Baseball
by James P. Quigel Jr. and Louis E. Hunsinger Jr.

Historic Preservation Prize Sponsored by the Center for Historic Preservation, Mary Washington College
HOUSES FROM BOOKS
Treatises, Pattern Books, and Catalogs in American Architecture, 1738-1950: A History and Guide
by Daniel D. Reiff

Eleanor Tufts Award for an Outstanding English Language Publication sponsored by the American Society for Hispanic Art Historical Studies
ART, LITURGY, AND LEGEND IN RENAISSANCE TOLEDO
The Mendoza and the Iglesia Primada
by Lynette Bosch

Book, Jacket, and Journal Show of the Association of American University Presses - selected for jacket design
THE BUILDING IN THE TEXT
by Roy Eriksen
FERNANDO DE ROJAS AND THE RENAISSANCE VISION
by Ricardo Castells

Association of American Publishers Professional/ Scholarly Publishing Division Annual Awards Competition - First prize in category of biography
GEORGE PALMER PUTNAM
Representative American Publisher
by Ezra Greenspan

 

Heldt Prize for Best Book by a Woman in Any Area of Slavic/Eastern European/ Eurasian Studies from the Association for Women in Slavic Studies
A PRODIGAL SAINT
Father John of Kronstadt and the Russian People
by Nadieszda Kizenko

Pennsylvania Historical Association's Phillip S. Klein Book Prize for 2000
A CATHOLIC NEW DEAL
Religion and Reform in Depression Pittsburgh
by Kenneth J. Heineman

Best New Journal Award from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals
BOOK HISTORY
edited by Ezra Greenspan and Jonathan Rose

1999

Best First Book in the History of Religions - sponsored by the American Academy of Religion
POLITICS AND TRANSCENDENT WISDOM
The Scripture for Humane Kings in the Creation of Chinese Buddhism
by Charles D. Orzech

W. Ross Winterowd Book Award of the Association of Teachers of Advanced Composition
INTENTIONS
Negotiated, Contested, and Ignored
by Arabella Lyon

Honorable Mention, Hans Rosenhaupt Memorial Book Award of the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
POWER AND THE SACRED REVOLUTIONARY RUSSIA
Religious Activists in the Village
by Glennys Young

Michael Harrington Award, Caucus for a New Political Science
NATIONALISM AND THE INTERNATIONAL LABOR MOVEMENT
The Idea of the Nation in Socialist and Anarchist Theory
by Michael Forman

Book of the Year Award of the Sociology of Religion Section of the American Sociological Association
SCHOOLS OF ASCETICISM
Ideology and Organization in Medieval Religious Communities
by Lutz Kaelber

John N. Findlay Award of The Metaphysical Society of America
THE PLAIN SENSE OF THINGS
The Fate of Religion in an Age of Normal Nihilism
by James C. Edwards

Heldt Prize for Best Translation in Slavic/East European/Eurasian Women's Studies from the Association for Women in Slavic Studies
THE CULTURE OF LIES
by Celia Hawkesworth, trans., Dubravka Ugresic

Ungar Prize The American Translators Association Awarded to Denise A. Kaiser for her Outstanding Translation of
HERETICS AND SCHOLARS IN THE HIGH MIDDLE AGES, 1000-1200
(by Heinrich Fichtenau)

Oskar Halecki Award of the Polish American Historical Association
OPPOSITE POLES
Immigrants and Ethnics in Polish Chicago, 1976-1900
by Mary Patrice Erdmans

Myers Outstanding Book Award Winner for Books Published in 1997 (Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Bigotry and Human Rights in North America)
TO AWAKEN MY AFFLICTED BRETHREN
David Walker and the Problem of Antebellum Slave Resistance
by Peter P. Hinks

1998

Gradiva Award (National Association for the Advancement of Psychoanalysis)
REPLICATIONS
Archaeology, Art History, Psychoanalysis
by Whitney Davis

Bulgarian Studies Association Book Prize
DOMESTICATING REVOLUTION
From Socialist Reform to Ambivalent Transition in a Bulgarian Village
by Gerald W. Creed

Honorable Mention, Victoria Schuck Award
(American Political Science Association)
RECONSTRUCTING POLITICAL THEORY
Feminist Perspectives

edited by Mary Lyndon Shanley and Uma Narayan

Honorable Mention, Victoria Schuck Award
(American Political Science Association)
(DIS)ENTITLING THE POOR
The Warren Court, Welfare Rights, and the American Political Tradition
by Elizabeth Bussiere

Honorable Mention, 1997 Collaboration Award of the Society for the Study of Early Modern Women
WOMEN AND ART IN EARLY MODERN EUROPE
Patrons, Collectors, and Connoiseurs
Edited by Cynthia Lawrence

Distinguished Scholarly Publication of the American Sociological Association
THE ABOLITION OF FEUDALISM
Peasants, Lords, and Legislators in the French Revolution
by John Markoff

1997

Rudolph and Hertha Benjamin Book Award
(American Photographic Historical Society)
THE PAINTED PHOTOGRAPH 1839-1914
by Heinz K. Henisch and Bridget Henisch

American Conference on Romanticism Book Prize
POETIC MADNESS AND THE ROMANTIC IMAGINATION
by Frederick Burwick

David Pickney Prize
(Society for French Historical Studies)
THE ABOLITION OF FEUDALISM
Peasants, Lords, and Legislators in the French Revolution
by John Markoff

Allan Sharlin Memorial Award
(Social Science History Association)
THE ABOLITION OF FEUDALISM
Peasants, Lords, and Legislators in the French Revolution
by John Markoff

Elaine and David Spitz Book Prize
(Conference for the Study of Political Thought)
A CIVIL TONGUE
Justice, Dialogue, and the Politics of Pluralism
by Mark Kingwell

Arthur P. Whitaker Book Award
(Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies)
THE CARIBBEAN LEGION
Patriots, Politicians, Soldiers of Fortune, 1946-1950
by Charles D. Ameringer

Award of Merit
American Association for State and Local History
RURAL DELIVERY
Real Photo Postcards from Central Pennsylvania
by Jody Blake and Jeannette Lasansky

Honor Book
Children's Literature Association
ANGELS AND WILD THINGS
The Archetypal Poetics of Maurice Sendak
by John Cech

Best Book Relating to the Old Testament
(Biblical Archaeology Society)
THE ICONOGRAPHY OF JOB THROUGH THE CENTURIES
Artists as Biblical Interpreters
by Samuel Terrien

Hans Rosenhaupt Memorial Book Award
(Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation)
NIMES AT WAR
Religions, Politics, and Public Opinion in the Gard, 1938-1942
by Robert D. Zaretsky

1996

International Labor History Association Book of the Year
THE MINERS OF WINDBER
The Struggles of New Immigrants for Unionization, 1890s to 1930s
by Mildred Allen Beik

1995

Best First Book in the History of Religions
(American Academy of Religion)
ISLAMIZATION AND NATIVE RELIGION IN THE GOLDEN HORDE
Baba Tukles and Conversion to Islam in Historical and Epic Tradition
by Devin DeWeese

Albert Hourani Book Award
(Middle East Studies Association)
ISLAMIZATION AND NATIVE RELIGION IN THE GOLDEN HORDE
Baba Tukles and Conversion to Islam in Historical and Epic Tradition
by Devin DeWeese

Donald Murphy Prize for First Book in Irish Studies
American Conference for Irish Studies
THE PROSE LITERATURE OF THE GAELIC REVIVAL, 1881-1921
by Philip O'Leary

1994

Honorable Mention, Best Book in Arts, Literature, and Language
(Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division, Association of American Publishers)
THE PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPERIENCE, 1839-1914
Images and Attitudes
by Heinz K. Henisch and Bridget A. Henisch

Biennial Young Scholar Award for the Best Book in Polish Studies
(Polish Studies Association)
THE POWER OF SYMBOLS AGAINST THE SYMBOLS OF POWER

The Rise of Solidarity and the Fall of State Socialism in Poland
by Jan Kubik

Kenneth Scott Latourette Prize in Religion and Modern History
(Conference on Faith and History)
JOURNEYMEN FOR JESUS
Evangelical Artisans Confront Capitolism in Jacksonia Baltimore
by William R. Sutton

1993

Honorable Mention, Phi Beta Kappa Book Award
MICHELANGELO'S NOSE
by Paul Barolsky
WHY MONA LISA SMILES AND OTHER TALES
by Paul Barolsky
GIOTTO'S FATHER AND THE FAMILY OF VASARI'S LIVES
by Paul Barolsky

James Holly Hanford Award
(Milton Society of America)
MILTON IN GOVERNMENT
by Robert Thomas Fallon

Albert C. Outler Prize in Ecumenical History
(American Society of Church History)
FOR THE UNION OF EVANGELICAL CHRISTENDOM
The Irony of the Reformed Episcopalians
by Allen C. Guelzo

1992

Distinguished Scholarship Book Award
Marxist Sociology Section of the American Sociological Association
THE REVENGE OF HISTORY
Marxism and the East European Revolutions
by Alex Callinicos

Outstanding Book on the Subject of Human Rights
(Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights in the United States)
WHO IS BLACK?
One Nation's Definition
by James F. Davis

Victoria Schuck Award for the Best Book on Women and Politics
(American Political Science Association)
ENGENDERING DEMOCRACY
by Anne Phillips

1991

Honorable Mention, European Amalfi Prize for Sociology and Social Sciences
SOCIAL MOVEMENTS
A Cognitive Approach
by Ron Eyerman and Andrew Jamison

Kenneth Scott Latourette Prize in Religion and Modern History
(Conference on Faith and History)
A FIELD OF DIVINE WONDERS
The New Divinity and Village Revivals in Northwestern Connecticut, by David W. Kling

Frank Luther Mott-Kappa Tau Alpha Award for the Best Researched Book About the Media
JOSEPH PULITZER II AND THE POST-DISPATCH
A Newspaperman's Life
by Daniel W. Pfaff

Kenneth Scott Latourette Prize in Religion and Modern History
(Conference on Faith and History)
THE PROFANE, THE CIVIL, AND THE GODLY
The Reformation of Manners in Orthodox New England, 1679-1749
by Richard P. Gildrie

1970 - 1990 Awards

1983

Confederation Internationale des Negociants en Oeuvres d'Art)
MASONS AND SCULPTORS IN ROMANESQUE BURGUNDY
The New Aesthetic of Cluny III
C. Edson Armi

1980
Harold Morton Landon Translation Award
The American Academy of Cluny III
JUAN RUIZ'S "THE BOOK OF TRUE LOVE"
Saralyn R. Daly, translator

1973
Alice David Hitchcock Book Award
(Society of Architectural Historians)
THE EARLY CHURCHES OF CONSTANTINOPLE
Architecture and Liturgy
Thomas F. Mathews

1970
David B. Lloyd Prize for the Best Book on the Period of the
Presidency of Harry S. Truman
(The Harry S. Truman Library Institute)
ATOMIC SHIELD, 1947-1952
A History of the United States Atomic Energy Commission, Volume II

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