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Cundill Prize in Historical Literature



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The Cundill Prize in Historical Literature at McGill (Cundill Prize) was established in 2008 to recognize and promote literary and academic achievement in history. The award is offered each year by McGill University to an individual, of any nationality and from any country, who has published a book determined to have had (or likely to have) a profound literary, social and academic impact in the area of history.


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  • First Prize: $75,000

  • Second Prize: $10,000

  • Third Prize: $10,000

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