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imperial history Date: Tue, 11 Aug 2009 11:10:09 -0400 Dear colleagues, In recognition of Ab Imperio's ten-year anniversary, the journal is announcing a competition for the best publications in the field of new imperial history. Eligible are materials published in AI between 2000 and 2009 that were written specifically for AI (i.e. were not translations of published texts or reworked versions of monograph chapters), regardless of the language of publication/submission or disciplinary affiliation of the author. Nominations should be made at <http://www.net.abimperio.net> www.net.abimperio.net (post them to this blog!) or e-mailed to the editors (at <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com). AI editors and the members of the editorial board can make nominations as well. The deadline for submission of nominations is October 15. After that short-lists will be distributed among editorial board members who will vote for the best candidates. The results will be announced at the AAASS Convention in Boston in November 2009 and also presented at <http://www.abimperio.net> www.abimperio.net and <http://www.net.abimperio.net> www.net.abimperio.net. Winners in each category will be awarded the following prizes: 1st place in each category - a free subscription to AI beginning in 2009; 2nd place - free electronic access to AI online; 3d place - a collection of articles entitled "New Imperial History of the post-Soviet Space." Three Categories: 1. Best research and interpretative article in the field of new imperial history; 2. Most significant contribution to new imperial history in the form of a publication that draws attention to previously unknown and important historical sources; 3. Best book review. Sergey Glebov