Civil Resistance Writing Prize
The Civil Resistance Writing Prize will award two prizes of $500 each to the best papers written by an undergraduate History major or History certificate student on the history of nonviolent protest and/or civil resistance. Papers written in both History- and non-History courses are eligible and can be diverse in geographic and temporal breadth, but priority will be given to those that focus on the Global South. The winning papers will be published on the Nonviolence Project website.
How to Apply
Students will be considered for the Civil Resistance Writing Prize by completing the Department of History Undergraduate Writing Prize Application in WiSH.
- Department of History