Canadian Questions Essay Competition

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Meagan's essay, "The Prayers of the Soviets," was nominated by Prof.

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Our heartfelt gratitude goes to the readers of many excellent essays, and for making this tough and just choice.

Newly announced, the Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue Canadienne des Slavists Article of the Year Award.

Nominations must be postmarked by or on to be eligible for the 2019 competition.

It is the responsibility of the author (if s/he self-nominates), his/her nominator, or his/her publisher to send the books to the jury.

A certificate and $250 will be awarded to the winner at the Annual General Meeting of the CAS the following spring of each year.

For more information, please contact the Editor, Professor Heather Coleman, at [email protected] visit the Taylor & Francis webpage here:

To make sure that the correct essay is linked, click on “View Essay”on the list.

The CAS essay prize for the best Graduate essay is awarded to Timothy Sayle, an MA candidate in History at the University of Toronto (nominated by Prof. Johnson) for his essay "Andropov and the Hungarian Complex." The Undergraduate essay prize is awarded to Megan Butler (BA 2008, University of Lethbridge, AB; joint major in History and Art History).

The Canadian Association of Slavists and Taylor & Francis announce the "Article of the Year" Award, which honours the best article published in the Association's journal, Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes in each completed volume (calendar year).

A committee of the editorial and advisory boards, appointed by the President of the CAS, will consider a shortlist of up to 5 articles selected by the Editor.


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