American Studies book prize
An American History lecturer in the School has collected the runner-up award in a recent American studies book prize. (Published 23 May 2014)
Congratulations to Dr Fabian Hilfrich, Senior Lecturer in American History, who has received the runner-up award in the biannual American Studies Network Book Prize.
Dr Hilfirch received the award for his book ‘Debating American Exceptionalism: Empire and Democracy in the Wake of the Spanish-American War’, which focuses on the internal debates and ideological tensions within the shared ideology of American exceptionalism.
Judges in the competition described Dr Hilfirch’s analyses as insightful and illuminating.
[Hilfrich’s] conclusion is a thought-provoking and insightful assessment of contemporary American and global politics.
American Studies Network
Scholars from across Europe are invited to submit recent monographs to this annual competition.
The American Studies Network (ASN) is a group of European centres involved in American studies, history and literature, founded by members of the European Association for American Studies (EAAS).