Founders' JSAH Article Award
The Founders' Award is given annually for an article published by an emerging scholar in the preceding two years in the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians that exhibits excellence of scholarship and presentation. For the purposes of this award, an "emerging scholar" is defined as someone under the age of 40 or within five years of the completion of a terminal degree at the time of submission of the article. Authors will be asked by the JSAH editor whether they are eligible, and if eligible, authors will be asked to submit a curriculum vitae.
Criteria for Award
- Publication in the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians during previous two years (Articles from the December issue may be forwarded in galley form.)
- Excellence of scholarship and presentation
Upon publication of each issue of the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Founders' Award application materials are sent to all eligible JSAH authors. Those interested in being considered for this award are asked to submit a CV to the JSAH editor immediately upon receipt.
M. Wesam Al Asali, Dania González Couret, and Michael H. Ramage
“Beyond the National Art Schools: Thin-Tile Vaulting in Cuba after the Revolution”
Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, Vol. 80 No. 3, September 2021
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