“Ishikawa Sanshirō’s Geographical Imagination” shortlisted for the Royal Historical Society 2021 Gladstone Prize

24 May 2021

Nadine Willems book “Ishikawa Sanshirō’s Geographical Imagination” published in the Critical, Connected Histories series has been shortlisted for the Royal Historical Society 2021 Gladstone Prize.

The Gladstone Prize is one of the Royal Historical Society’s two annual book awards.  To be eligible for the prize the book must:

  • be its author’s first solely written history book;
  • be on any historical subject not primarily related to British history;
  • be an original and scholarly work of historical research by an author who received their doctoral degree from a British or Irish university;
  • have been published in English during the calendar year 2020.

The field was so strong that the committee shortlisted eight first monographs, in recognition of their originality, rigorous research, and vigorous contribution to past and current debates.  – Professor Barbara Bombi, Gladstone Prize Committee Chair

The winner will be announced in July.