Funding: Sage Graduate Student Paper Prize

Sage Graduate Student Paper Prize

The Urban History Association (UHA), in partnership with _Journal of
Urban History_, is pleased to announce the inaugural Sage Graduate
Student Paper Prize. The prize committee seeks submissions (not to
exceed 25 pages, including notes) from full-time students on all
aspects of urban, suburban and metropolitan history. Eligibility is
restricted to papers accepted for presentation at the Sixth Biennial
UHA Conference, October 25-28, 2012, in New York City. Entries must
approximate the actual conference papers. The author of the winning
paper will receive (1) recognition and a cash award of $150, which
will be presented during the conference; and (2) an invitation to
submit the award-winning manuscript to _Journal of Urban History_ for
review for publication. Submissions should be emailed via electronic
pdf to each of the following prize committee members by SEPTEMBER 10,

Jessica Elfenbein
University of South Carolina

Carola Hein
Bryn Mawr College

Clarence Lang
The University of Kansas

Victoria Wolcott
The State University of New York at Buffalo

Electronic submissions should be accompanied by a one-page CV;
evidence of student status; and a cover sheet listing name, mailing
address, telephone number, email address, institutional affiliation,
and name of faculty advisor.

Janet Bednarek