PHANZA members Jared Davidson and Cheryl Ware have been shortlisted in this year’s NZHA prizes.
Jared Davidson has been shortlisted for the The W.H. Oliver Prize for the Best Book on Any Aspect of New Zealand History for his book Dead Letters: Censorship and Subversion in New Zealand, 1914-1920 (Otago University Press).
Cheryl Ware has been shortlisted for the The Mary Boyd Prize for the Best Article on Any Aspect of New Zealand History for her article ‘Sex Workers’ Responses to the HIV and AIDS Epidemic in Aotearoa New Zealand’, Women’s History Review, 29:2 (2020).
Congratulations Jared and Cheryl.
The prize winners will be announced at the NZHA Conference session beginning 12:45pm on the Friday of the Conference (26 November).
A full list of the shortlisted authors can be found here