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The American Studies Network Book Prize 2021

At the EAAS Conference in Madrid in 2021, the ASN will again award its biennial prize for a remarkable monograph published in English in the field of American Studies. The awardee will receive Euro 500. Please consider submitting suitable works!

The criteria are as follows: The monograph (not an edited volume) should have been published in calendar years 2020 or 2021; the author must be a European scholar who through membership of her/his national American Studies association is a member of the EAAS; three review copies of the book should be submitted before December 31, 2021 to:

Dr Emma Long

School of Art, Media, and American Studies

University of East Anglia


Norfolk, NR4 7TJ

United Kingdom

Authors or publishers submitting works for consideration are asked to please inform Dr Emma Long of the submission or intention to submit by e-mailing


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