Srinivas Aravamudan Prize

The Srinivas Aravamudan Prize goes to the author of an article published in the previous year
that pushes the boundaries, geographical and conceptual, of eighteenth-century studies,
especially by using a transnational, comparative, or cosmopolitan approach. It was first awarded
in 2018.


2019
Holly Brewer, “Slavery, Sovereignty, and ‘Inheritable Blood’: Reconsidering John Locke and
the Origins of American Slavery.” American Historical Review (October 2017)


2018
Ashley Cohen, “The Global Indies: Historicizing Oceanic Metageographies.” Comparative
Literature (2017)