The Parliamentary History Prize, which is worth BP 400 (together with a prize of BP 100 for a proxime accessit essay), is offered for the best essay submitted on any aspect of the parliamentary history of Britain, England and Wales, Ireland, Scotland or British colonial assemblies. Candidates must normally not at the date of submission be over the age of 35 (exception may be made for candidates with unusual academic CVs), and must submit a brief CV with their entry. The essay must be a genuine work of original research, not hitherto published or accepted for publication . The text and notes should not exceed 10,000 words. Candidates must consult the style sheet of Parliamentary History, available from the Editor. Essays must reach the Editor of Parliamentary History by 1st June. The winning essays, and others judged meritorious will be published in Parliamentary History.
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Funder: Institute of Historical Research
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