Awards & News

AWARDS FOR SISTERS AND REBELS

2020 PEN America/Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for Biography (distinguished biography of exceptional literary, narrative, and artistic merit, based on scrupulous research).

Summersell Prize, Frances S. Summersell Center for the Study of the South at the University of Alabama (best book on the history of the American South).

Prose Award, Association of American Publishers (outstanding work by a trade publisher).

Charles S. Sydnor Award, Southern Historical Association (co-winner, best book in southern history).

Julia Cherry Spruill Prize, Southern Association of Women Historians (co-winner, best book in southern women’s history.

Willie Lee Rose Prize, Southern Association of Women Historians (co-winner, best book on any topic in southern history written by a woman.

Bell Award, Georgia Historical Society (best book in Georgia history).

Biographers International’s Plutarch Award Finalist (best biography of 2019).

Oral History Association Book Award (honorable mention).

NEWS

Katharine Du Pre Lumpkin inducted into the Georgia Women of Achievement’s Hall of Fame (March 2020).

Jacquelyn Hall and Bruce Baker published an edited version of Katharine Du Pre Lumpkin’s “lost” manuscript, Eli Hill: A Novel of Reconstruction (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2020).

Jacquelyn Hall, et al., “The Cutting Room Floor,” in Joanne Meyerowitz, “From the President,” The American Historian (December 2019), 1-2.

Patty Courtright, “Second Acts,”  College Magazine from the College of Arts and Sciences at UNC-Chapel Hill (2019).

Kristen Bowman, “The Women’s College hosts book reading from author Jacquelyn Dowd Hall” (2019).

Member Spotlight in Perspectives on History, the news magazine of the American Historical Association (2019).

AWARDS FOR SISTERS AND REBELS

2020 PEN America/Jacqueline Bograd Weld Award for Biography (distinguished biography of exceptional literary, narrative, and artistic merit, based on scrupulous research).

2020 Summersell Prize, Frances S. Summersell Center for the Study of the South at the University of Alabama (best book on the history of the American South).

2020 Prose Award, the Association of American Publishers (outstanding work by a trade publisher).

Charles S. Sydnor Award, Southern Historical Association (co-winner, best book in southern history).

Bell Award, the Georgia Historical Society (best book in Georgia history).

Mary Nickliss Prize Finalist, Organization of American Historians (most original book in U.S. Women’s and Gender History).

Biographers International’s Plutarch Award Finalist (best biography of 2019).

Oral History Association Book Award (honorable mention).

NEWS

Katharine Du Pre Lumpkin inducted into the Georgia Women of Achievement’s Hall of Fame (March 2020).

Jacquelyn Hall and Bruce Baker published an edited version of Katharine Du Pre Lumpkin’s “lost” manuscript, Eli Hill: A Novel of Reconstruction (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2020).

Jacquelyn Hall, et al., “The Cutting Room Floor,” in Joanne Meyerowitz, “From the President,” The American Historian (December 2019), 1-2.

Patty Courtright, “Second Acts,”  College Magazine from the College of Arts and Sciences at UNC-Chapel Hill (2019).

Kristen Bowman, “The Women’s College hosts book reading from author Jacquelyn Dowd Hall” (2019).

Member Spotlight in Perspectives on History, the news magazine of the American Historical Association (2019).