RMCLAS Article Award
The RMCLAS Article Award is for the most outstanding article in a journal or chapter in an
edited book published in the preceding year (2022). To be eligible, candidates must be members for two out of three years including the present year, except in the case of a graduate student who joined RMCLAS in her/his final year of student and then published the article the following year. Please submit via email in pdf format. Deadline: TBD.
Previous Award Winners
2022, Christina Bueno, Northern Illinois University, “The Tangled Journey of the Cross of Palenque” in Museum Matters: Making and Unmaking Mexico’s National Collections edited by Miruna Achim, Susan Deans-Smith, Sandra Tozental. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2021, pp. 111-134.
Honorable Mention: Mark Lenz, Utah Valley University for “Mediating at the Margins: Yucatan’s Interpreters in Unconquered Lands, 1600-1697,” Historia Crítica, no. 80, pp. 11-33 2021.
2021, Robert Franco, “Transgressing Che: Irina Layevska Echeverría Gaitán, Disability Politics, and Transgendering the New Man in Mexico, 1964-2001,” Radical History Review 136 (January 2020).
2020, Vanessa Freije, “Speaking of Sterilization: Rumors, the Urban Poor and the Public Sphere in Greater Mexico City,”HAHR 99: 2(2019).
Honorable Mention, Jian Gao, “Restoring the Chinese Voice during Mexican Sinophobia, 1919-1934,” The Latin Americanist 63: 1(March 2019).
Steven Hyland, “The Syrian-Ottoman Home Front in Buenos Aires and Rosario during the First World War,” Journal of Migration History 4(1), 2019.
Mark W. Lentz, Utah Valley University, 2017