Annibel Jenkins Biography Prize - Deadline 15 November 2022
The biennial Annibel Jenkins Prize is given to the author of the best book-length biography of a late seventeenth-century or eighteenth-century subject and carries an award of $1,000. The prize was named in honor of Annibel Jenkins, Professor of English (Emerita) at the Georgia Institute of Technology. A founding member of the Southeastern American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, she was an outstanding teacher and scholar who has been for many years one of the most active and encouraging members of the academic community in America.
To be eligible for 2018- 2022 competition, a book must have a copyright date between November 2018 and November 2022.
The author must be a member of the Society at the time of submission.
Submission books may be nominated by the author or by the publisher and six copies must be received at the ASECS Business Office by 15 November 2022.
Normally, submissions for the Jenkins prize are in English. Works written in languages other than English are permitted, but it may not be possible for the prize committee to assess these works. Please contact the Business Office for further information.
*Submission Information for the 2021 prize competition will be announced shortly.