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‘Not in any doubtfull dispute’? Reassessing the nomination of Richard Cromwell
Bereaved and aggrieved: combat motivation and the ideology of sacrifice in the First World War
Alexander Watson, Patrick Porter
Re-inventing the ‘moral economy’ in post-war Britain
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The Pollard Prize
The Pollard Prize 2014
We're pleased to announce the Winner of the 2014 Annual Pollard Prize:
Joanna Warson for the paper ‘Beyond cooperation and competition: Anglo-French relations, connected histories of decolonisation and Rhodesia's Unilateral Declaration of Independence, 1965-1980' (Modern French History seminar)
Joint Runners Up:
Jacqueline Bemmer, 'The Irish hostage security and inter-territorial alliances' (Earlier Middle Ages seminar)
Catherine Chou, 'The parliamentary mind and the mutable constitution' (Parlaments, Politics and People seminar)
All articles will be published in Historical Research. To view past winners, please click here.
The Pollard Prize is awarded annually for the best paper presented at an Institute of Historical Research seminar by a postgraduate student or by a researcher within one year of completing the PhD. For more information, visit the IHR website.
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