Peter Cashin Prize


Memorial University, 230 Elizabeth Avenue
St John’s, NL CA

The Peter Cashin Prize is awarded annually to the best piece of scholarly work on the history and/or political economy of Newfoundland published in the preceding calendar year.

The work must be original, and can take the form of an article or book (monograph). Ideally, the work should appeal to a broad audience. Interdisciplinarity would be considered an advantage.

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Prize Info

  • First Prize: $700

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