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University of Bristol Featured Postgraduate Funding

Everett E Edwards Awards in Agricultural History


To encourage and reward scholarly work in the field. The award was established in 1953 in memory and recognition of the outstanding services of Everett Eugene Edwards, a long-time agricultural historian and editor of Agricultural History from 1931 to 1951.

The award is presented annually to the author of the winning article at the Agricultural History Society's Presidential Luncheon. In addition, the winning submission is published in the fall issue of Agricultural History. Further information is available on request.


Open to any graduate or doctoral student submitting an article to Agricultural History during the calendar year.

Quantity Available



  • Annual

Award Value

US$200 plus publication in the Journal

Application procedure

Applicants must submit three copies of their manuscript, prepared in accordance with the latest edition of the Chicago Manual of Style, to the editor.

Closing date

December 31st

Study Level

  • Graduate

Agricultural History Society

The Agricultural History Society recognizes the roles of agriculture and agri-business in shaping the political, economic, social and historical profiles of different countries worldwide. Since 1927, the Society's publication, Agricultural History, has been the international journal for the field and publishes innovative research on agricultural and rural history.

Contact Details

More information

For more information regarding this award, please contact the Agricultural History Society by using the links below.


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