The IAMHIST-Routledge Best Article Prizes for 2021

Each year the members of IAMHIST Council vote for prizes for the best articles by both an established scholar and a new scholar appearing in the Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. It is with pleasure that we announce the prizes for the calendar year 2021 (Volume 41).

The David H. Culbert IAMHIST-Routledge Prize for the Best Article by an Established Scholar:

Richard Abel, ‘The Middlemen of the Movies: US Film Exchanges, 1915-1919’, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 41: 4, pp. 641-62.

Judith E. Smith, ‘Hollywood imagines revolutionary Haiti: the forgotten film Lydia Bailey (1952)’, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 41: 4, pp. 759-87.

The Philip M. Taylor IAMHIST-Routledge Prize for the Best Article by a New Scholar:

C. Yamini Krishna, ‘Princely Films: The Silver Jubilee Film of 1937 and the Princely State of Hyderabad’, Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television, 41: 2, pp. 217-31.

Congratulations!

 

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