Michael C. Meyer Award

Michael C. Meyer for Best Book on Mexican History in a Five-Year Period

This prize is awarded to the outstanding book published by a member of the association in the previous 5 calendar years on the subject of Mexican history. To be eligible, candidates must be members for two out of three years including the present year. Deadline: TBD.

Previous Award Winners

2018 Christina M. Bueno, Northeastern Illinois University

The Pursuit of Ruins: Archaeology, History, and the Making of Modern Mexico

2013 Frances L. Ramos, University of Southern Florida

Identity, Ritual, and Power in Colonial Puebla. (University of Arizona Press, 2012)

Special Commendation: William H. Beezley, University of Arizona

A Companion to Mexican History and Culture. (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011)

2009 John Mason Hart, University of Houston

Empire and Revolution: The Americans in Mexico Since the Civil War. (University of California Press, 2002)

2005 Friedrich E. Schuler, Portland State University

Mexico between Hitler and Roosevelt: Mexican Foreign Relations in the Age of Lázaro Cárdenas, 1934-1940. (UNM Press, 1998)