Jonathan Hughes Prize

Jonathan Hughes Prize for Excellence in Teaching Economic History

The annual Jonathan Hughes Prize is awarded to recognize excellence in teaching economic history. Jonathan Hughes was an outstanding scholar and a committed and influential teacher of economic history. The prize includes a $1,200 cash award. The winner is selected by the EHA Committee on Education and Teaching.

DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: April 1, 2014

The Committee on Education of the Economic History Association invites nominations for the fourteenth annual Jonathan Hughes Prize for Excellence in Teaching Economic History. Letters of nomination should state what qualities of excellence the candidate’s teaching of economic history has embodied. The strength of the nominating letter will be the primary basis for selecting the pool of finalists for the prize. After arriving at a short list of finalists, the committee will gather further supporting information. Anyone is eligible to write a letter of nomination.

Letters of nomination should be sent to:

Professor Chris Hanes
Department of Economics
Binghamton University
State University of New York
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, NY 13902-6000
email: chanes@binghamton.edu

Other members of the committee are:

Professor Eric Hilt

Department of Economics
Welleslesy College
106 Central St
Wellesley MA 02481
email: ehilt@wellesley.edu

Professor Ran Abramitzky

Department of Economics
579 Serra Mall
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305-6072
email: ranabr@stanford.edu