Julia Cherry Spruill Prize

The Southern Association for Women Historians invites submissions for the Julia Cherry Spruill Prize, which is awarded annually for the best published book in southern women’s history, broadly construed.  Only monographs with a copyright date of 2016 are eligible. Entries must be written in English, but the competition is open to works published outside the U.S.

The Spruill Prize carries a cash award of $750 and will be announced at the SAWH annual address in Dallas, Texas in November 2017.

To nominate a book for the Spruill Prize, mail a copy of the publication to each of the following addresses, postmarked no later than May 30, 2017:

Charlene Boyer Lewis, Committee Chair
Professor of History
Director of American Studies
Kalamazoo College
Kalamazoo, MI 49006

LaKisha Simmons
Women’s Studies Department
Lane Hall
University of Michigan
204 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Mi 48109

Amy Feely Morsman
2317 Morse Road
Middlebury, VT  05753

To ask questions about the Spruill Prize, you may contact the SAWH executive secretary at sawh@georgiasouthern.edu.