AABS Book Prize
The Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies awards the biennial AABS Book Prize of up to $1,000 to an outstanding English-language scholarly book in Baltic Studies (humanities and social sciences). Books with a broadly historical, literary, social, or cultural significance are of particular interest. Narrowly specialized or overly technical books will not be considered.
The application deadline for the 2024 award (for books published in 2022–2023) was February 15, 2024.
To nominate a book for the award, please submit the online nomination form. Anyone may submit a nomination. We strongly recommend that those nominating a book for consideration arrange for a copy to be sent to AABS.
We do not accept nominations via email. All nominators must submit the online form.
Thinking of applying? Read reports from past winners here!
Nominations will be evaluated by the AABS 2022-2023 Book Prize Committee including the AABS Vice-President for Publications Diana Mincyte, Vice-President for Professional Development Kaarel Piirimäe, and Director-at-Large Daunis Auers.
The winner of the 2022-2023 AABS Book Prize will be announced at the 2024 AABS Conference at Yale.
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