We are happy to announce that Richard C. Keller and Jaime Wadowiec have both won awards for their articles featured in French Historical Studies.
Richard C. Keller won the Koren Prize for his article, "Place Matters: Mortality, Space, and Urban Form in the 2003 Paris Heat Wave Disaster" (volume 36, issue 2). The William Koren Jr. Prize is awarded to the outstanding journal article published on any era of French history by a North American scholar in an American, European, or Canadian journal.
For her article, "Muslim Algerian Women and the Rights of Man: Islam and Gendered Citizenship in French Algeria at the End of Empire" (volume 36, issue 4), Jaime Wadowiec won the Berkshire Conference Article Prize. The Berkshire Conference Article Prize is for the best article in the fields of the history of women, gender, and/or sexuality by a woman who is normally resident in North America.
Read the articles, made freely available until the end of June.
Our congratulations to both the winners!