Call for applications
The American Association for the History of Medicine (AAHM) is proud to announce the establishment of the George Rosen Prize. The George Rosen Prize is awarded to one or more authors/creators of a book, article, essay, edited volume, database, museum exhibition, film, or other significant contribution to the history of public health and social medicine published or created in the two years preceding the award (in the first instance 2012-2014). The inaugural award will be presented at the annual meeting of the AAHM in New Haven, CT, 30 April-3 May 2015.
The Award is named in honor of George Rosen, physician, public health administrator, past President of the AAHM, and a major contributor to the history of public health and social medicine. The AAHM Council established the award in 2014 thanks to the generosity of the Rosen family.
To nominate a publication or a project telephone or e-mail the Chair of the Rosen Prize Committee, John M. Eyler. Publishers nominating a book must submit a copy of the volume to each Committee member. The addresses of Committee members may by obtained from the Chair.
Those wishing to nominate non-published works, including public history projects, should discuss with the Chair what material to submit.
Committee Chair: John M. Eyler email@example.com
DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS: 31 OCTOBER 2014