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International Prize for History CISH/Jaeger-LeCoultre

Published on March 30, 2016

International Committee of Historical Sciences

General conditions

I. Objet

The Prize rewards a personality who specially distinguished herself in the historic discipline, by its works, his publications or his education, and  who contributed in a significant way, in the progress of the historic knowledge.

2. Conditions

-  The Prize is nominally awarded.

-  The Prize cannot be posthumously awarded

-  It cannot be made a personal act of candidature

-  The members of the CISH send their proposition to the General Secretary and to the President of the CISH. He can be received only one proposition by member.

-  The propositions must be particularly motivated and give most possible elements (works, articles, books etc.) susceptible to enlighten the jury.

Temporarily, the Board of the CISH empanels the jury under the Rule voted during the next General assembly in Jinan.

The propositions have to reach by mail the office of the CISH:

Catherine Horel, Secrétaire général
Comité international des sciences historiques
56, rue Jacob
F 75006
Paris, France
and also by email :

Before May 31st, 2016 

The Price will be publicly handed during the General Assembly of the ICHS in Moscow in Autumn 2017.

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