Doctoral student wins British International History Group Thesis Prize
Former HCA PhD student Camilo Erlichman has won the British International History Group Thesis Prize for 2016. (Published 10 Oct 2016)
Many congratulations to former HCA PhD student Dr Camilo Erlichman who has been awarded the British International History Group Thesis Prize for 2016 for his thesis, 'Strategies of Rule: Cooperation and Conflict in the British Zone of Germany, 1945-1949'.
The prize is awarded for ‘the best doctoral thesis on any aspect and any period of International History, which has been awarded a degree by a British University or a British University College or College of Higher Education during the calendar year.’
Camilo was a Principal’s Career Development Scholar at the University of Edinburgh and completed his PhD in 2015. He is now a Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Amsterdam, where he is working on a new project tentatively entitled Languages of Reconstruction: A Comparative Political History of Emotions in Western Europe, 1944-1957.
More on the British International History Group can be found at bihg.ac.uk