The award will be given to the most distinguished article published by The Americas for the volume year (July-April) which ends in the year before the award is announced.
by Conference on Latin American History
Conference on Latin American History
The Howard Francis Cline Memorial Prize is awarded biennially to the book or article in English, German, or a Romance language judged to make the most significant contribution to the history of Indians in Latin America, referring to any time before the immediate present. Items appearing in the two calendar years just preceding may be […]
The Conference on Latin American History Prize is awarded annually for a distinguished article on any significant aspect of Latin American history appearing in journals edited or published in the United States. Articles in the Hispanic American Historical Review and The Americas are not eligible because those journals have their own prizes. The committee will […]
The James Alexander Robertson Prize is awarded annually for an article appearing (during the year preceding the award) in one of the four consecutive issues of the Hispanic American Historical Review. The article selected for the award is to be one that, in the judgment of the prize committee, makes an outstanding contribution to Latin […]
The Warren Dean Memorial Prize recognizes the book or article judged to be the most significant work on the history of Brazil published in English during the two years prior to the award year. Publications by scholars other than historians will be considered as long as the work has substantial historical content. Comparative works (e. […]
Lydia Cabrera Awards are available to support the study of Cuba between 1492 and 1868. Awards are designed specifically to support: 1) original research on Cuban history in Spanish, Mexican, and U. S. archives; 2) the publication of meritorious books on Cuba currently out of print; and 3) the publication of historical statistics, historical documents, […]
The purpose of the award is to permit a short, exploratory research trip abroad (normally four to twelve weeks) to determine the feasibility of a Ph. D. dissertation topic dealing with some facet of Latin American history. One or more travel grants will be awarded each year. The funds are to be used only for […]
It will be given annually to a recent Ph.D. recipient in order to conduct field research that will allow transformation of the dissertation into a book. Applicants must have completed their Ph.D. degrees in the field of Latin American history no more than four years prior to the closing date of the application.