Lynna Kay Shuffield Memorial Award in Texas Jewish History

2020 Lynna Kay Shuffield Memorial Award in Texas Jewish History

$2,000

The Lynna Kay Shuffield Memorial Award in Texas Jewish History is given annually to recognize an excellent work of scholarship in the field of Texas Jewish history.  Eligible winners of the award include any graduate student or lay historian who published a book, authored chapters in published books, authored articles published in scholarly journals, or published a post-graduate thesis or dissertation on a topic in the field of Texas Jewish history. Works submitted for consideration must have been published within the previous three years (for 2021, the work must have been published in 2018, 2019, or 2020). One winner may be selected each year the award is made available.

Publishers should submit an entry form and four (4) copies of each entry published and copyrighted in 2018, 2019, or 2020 to the TSHA office by October 1, 2020. Books published after October 1, but copyrighted during the calendar year will be accepted until December 1.
 
All book award submissions must include an individual nomination form in the container transmitting the book in question; TSHA is not responsible for books that arrive without nomination forms.
 

Lynna Kay Shuffield Memorial Award
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The Lynna Kay Shuffield Memorial Award was established in 2020 by the Texas Jewish Historical Society to recognize scholarship in the field of Texas Jewish history. The award honors Lynna Kay Shuffield, a former board member of the TJHS and award-winning historian, preservationist, author, editor, and genealogist.

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