Jordan Prize: Call for best graduate student paper

Philip Janzen
The 2013 A.C. Jordan Prize winner Philip Janzen with historian Jim Sweet following an AFRICA AT NOON lecture where Janzen presented on award-winning master’s thesis. Each year the African Studies Program invites the A.C. Jordan Prize winner to present on their research. Philip Janzen, graduate student in the Department of History was awarded the 2013 prize with this paper, “Caribbean Colonizers: Assimilation and Diasporic Imagination in the French Empire, 1880-1960.” (Photo by Catherine A. Reiland/UW-Madison)

Since 1969, the African Studies Program has awarded the A.C. Jordan Prize to a UW-Madison graduate student for the year’s best paper on Africa. To be considered for the prize, a paper must be nominated and submitted to the African Studies Program by a UW-Madison faculty member.

Deadline; Monday, June 1, 2015.

Nomination procedures and eligibility