Edward Law History Prize

Pam Brooke receiving her prize from Prof. Tim Thornton, Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Huddersfield.

We are pleased to announce that the panel of four judges comprising members of the society and our partners has unanimously agreed on this year’s winner, Pam Brooke. Her winning article — Death on the Home Front — has been published in the current edition of the HLHS Journal (pp. 16-24) and can be accessed online.

The Edward Law History Prize 2019 has now been launched and full details are available here. This time, two prizes are on offer:

  • £150 for a long essay (2500 to 3000 words)
  • £50 for a short essay (500 to 800 words)