2018 OHA Award Winners
We are pleased to announce this year’s award winners. They will be recognized at the Presidential Reception, Thursday October 11, in Montreal.
Naoko Wake, “Surviving the Bomb in America: Silent Memories and the Rise of Cross-national Identity,” Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 86 No. 3, August 2017; (pp. 472-509).
S. Elizabeth Bird and Fraser Ottanelli, The Asaba Massacre: Trauma, Memory and the Nigerian Civil War.
Elizabeth B. Mason Project:
Major Award: Shiloh Centre for Multicultural Roots: ‘Black Settlers and Their Experiences of Discrimination on the Canadian Prairies’
Small Award: Stephen Sloan, Baylor University, “Texas Genocide Survivors.”
Non-Print Format Award:
Shiloh Centre for Multicultural Roots “We are the Roots: Black Settlers and their Experiences of Discrimination on the Canadian Prairies.”
Stetson Kennedy Vox Populi Award:
Ruth Edmonds Hill
Post-Secondary Teaching Award:
Emerging Crisis Oral History Research Fund:
Dr. Audeliz Matias and Dr. Sheila Marie Aird, “An Oral History of Hurricane Irma and Maria: A Social, Cultural, and Environmental Crisis in P.R and U.S.V.I.”