Archival History Award

The Archival History Award is awarded annually by the Archival History Section, an affinity group of the Society of American Archivists. The award encourages and rewards an article or other short piece of superior excellence in the field of archival history, irrespective of subject, time period, or national focus. Stand-alone chapters in edited essay collections or anthologies will be considered. The work must be published in English during the previous calendar year.


Heather Wolfe and Peter Stallybrass, “The Material Culture of Record-Keeping in Early Modern England,” in Corens, Liesbeth, Kate Peters, and Alexandra Walsham, eds. Archives and Information in the Early Modern World (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018), chapter 7.


Patricia Kennedy Grimsted, “Pan-European Displaced Archives in the Russian Federation: Still Prisoners of War on the 70th Anniversary of V-E Day”, in Displaced Archives, ed. James Lowry (New York: Routledge, 2017), 130-156.

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