Mark Pittaway Prize (Hungarian Studies Association)

Prize for the best scholarly Article or Book Chapter in Hungarian Studies

Hungarian Studies Association
Berkeley, CA
United States
Vom - Bis
21.07.2020 - 31.08.2020
Alexander Vari

The Hungarian Studies Association is pleased to announce the Mark Pittaway Prize for best scholarly article or book chapter in Hungarian studies, to be awarded in November 2020.

Prize for the best scholarly Article or Book Chapter in Hungarian Studies

The award committee is seeking nominations or submissions of scholarly articles or book chapters in any field or discipline of Hungarian studies, published in English in 2018 or 2019.

Mark Pittaway Prize for Best Article or Book Chapter in Hungarian Studies

The goal of HSA prizes is to recognize quality scholarship in Hungarian studies. The prize committee particularly encourages submissions of new findings and original scholarship by junior scholars who expand the field and will benefit from the prize early in their careers. The prize is named in memory of historian Mark Pittaway, who passed away in 2010.

Send nominations or submissions, including a PDF of the article or book chapter, to the award committee: Robert Nemes, Department of History, Colgate University (; Judith Szapor, Department of History, McGill University (; and Alexander Vari, Department of Social Sciences, Marywood University ( In the e-mail with your nomination or submission, please include a bibliographic citation of the work. All nominations and submissions should be sent to the award committee no later than September 1, 2020.

We understand that copyright rules apply, and we will only use the electronic copy for the purpose of adjudicating submissions for the award.

The Hungarian Studies Association will announce the recipient of the Mark Pittaway Prize in November 2020 at its annual meeting in Washington, DC.

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