The winner of the 2015 Joseph Arnold Prize is Aiden James Faust for the essay entitled Neighborhood Matters: What Baltimore Learned from the War on Poverty. The prize was announced at the Baltimore City Historical Society’s Annual Meeting on Saturday June 18, 2016 to be held at 9am at the Druid Hill YMCA.
Duncan Tanner Essay Prize 2020 Entries now open. Twentieth Century British History ( TCBH ) is pleased to sponsor an annual Essay Prize.The aim of the Duncan Tanner Essay Prize is to encourage a high standard of scholarship amongst postgraduate research students in Britain and abroad.
The Classics Essay Prize is a new addition to our annual essay prizes. It is designed to give students the opportunity to think and write about the literature, history, society and culture of the ancient Mediterranean and the societies of the Roman and Greek worlds, while developing their independent study and writing skills.The following pages contain information about our Essay Prizes run for Lower and Upper 6th Students internationally, including how to apply. Gould Prize for Essays in English Literature; Linguistics Essay Prize; Philosophy Essay Prize; R.A. Butler Politics Prize; Robert Walker Prize for Essays in Law; Robson History Prize.Several colleges and departments of the University of Oxford run competitions which are open to students from schools and colleges.Preparing an entry for one of these competitions is a valuable experience for academically motivated students, so please do encourage your students to enter. There are also some exciting prizes to be won.
Named after Arnold J. Toynbee, the (Toynbee Prize) Foundation was chartered in 1987 'to contribute to the development of the social sciences, as defined from a broad historical view of human society and of human and social problems.'.Read More
The Modern History Prize shall be awarded each year to the writer of the best thesis in modern history submitted in the Honour School of History, or any joint school in which History is a component, or in the Honour School of Philosophy, Politics and Economics, if such thesis be deemed worthy of a prize.Read More
Biography: John Arnold studied at the University of York, gaining a BA in History, and a D.Phil. in Medieval Studies. He worked at the University of East Anglia, then moved to Birkbeck, University of London, in 2001, until his election to the professorship of medieval history at Cambridge in 2016.Read More
The History Essay Prize 1st Prize: Francoise Dyer 2nd Prize: Kirsty Tennant Joint 3rd Prize: Ines Mubgar-Spencer, Ava Smith Highly Commended: Shaima Begum, Stella Horrell, Ruby Levy, Flora McIntyre. The Modern and Medieval Languages Essay Prize Joint 1st Prize: Emily Coatsworth, Natasha Festenstein 2nd Prize: Giulia Moretti 3rd Prize: Katie Pruden Highly Commended: Lucy Allan-Jones, Kitty Liu.Read More
Matthew Arnold’s History Prize The works of Samuel Johnson, with an essay on his life and genius by Arthur Murphy. London: Longmans, 1792. Libraries Tasmania. Squirrelled away in one of the more obscure corners of the State Library building in central Hobart is a loved-to-death 12-volume set of the works of Dr Samuel Johnson (1709-1784), described in the Oxford Dictionary of National.Read More
Dr Tom Arnold-Forster. College positions: Research Fellow. Subject: History. Degrees. BA and MPhil, Cambridge. Research interests. I study modern American history. My current research explores the intellectual history of democracy in the early twentieth century, with a particular focus on debates about public opinion and mass society, and with a particular interest in the political thought.Read More
The candidate must deliver two copies of the essay by hand to the Examination Schools (addressed to the Chair of Examiners, Honour School of Ancient and Modern History, Examination Schools, High Street, Oxford) not later than 12 noon on Friday of Week 0 of Hilary Term of the year of examination. A certificate, signed by the candidate to the effect that each essay is the candidate’s own work.Read More
ARNOLD PRIZE ESSAY 2019 Entries are solicited for this year’s Malcolm Arnold Junior Essay Prize. The prize, established by The Malcolm Arnold Trust, is intended to encourage inquiry into the work of one of England’s leading composers. The competition is for students under the age of nineteen and is aimed at (but not restricted to) all those studying music as a subject within the curriculum.Read More
Note 12.It is a pity that no complete edition of Arnold’s prose works has yet been published. In a selection of his essays issued by the Oxford university press in 1914, “five essays hitherto uncollected” were included, the most interesting of which are, perhaps, a review, reprinted from Macmillan’s Magazine for February, 1863, of Stanley’s Lectures on the Jewish Church and a short.Read More
The effects of distant colonization on the parent state (microform): a prize essay, recited in the theatre at Oxford, June 7, 1815 by Arnold, Thomas, 1795-1842 at OnRead.com - the best online ebook storage. Download and read online for free The effects of distant colonization on the parent state (microform): a prize essay, recited in the theatre at Oxford, June 7, 1815 by Arnold, Thomas.Read More