W. Turrentine Jackson (Article) Prize

Past Recipients

The W. Turrentine Jackson Prize is given at the annual meeting of the Pacific Coast Branch of the AHA to a graduate student whose essay has been published in the Pacific Historical Review and has been adjudged to be of outstanding quality.
The winning essay will be published in the PHR and the author will receive a $250 cash award and plaque.
Applicants must submit their articles for publication in the PHR and undergo the journal’s normal blind referee process. When articles by graduate students are accepted for publication, they will automatically be considered for the prize, usually in the year that they are published.

 

Applicants should submit their essays at any time during the year to Marc Rodriguez, Editor, Pacific Historical Review.

 

Jackson Prize Committee

Marc Rodriguez, Editor
Pacific Historical Review
Portland State University
487 Cramer Hall
Portland, OR  97207–0751
[email protected]

Brenda Frink, Coordinating Editor
Pacific Historical Review
Portland State University
487 Cramer Hall
Portland, OR  97207–0751
[email protected]