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Humanities Book Award (IHR)

The Humanities Book Award from Arizona State University's Institute for Humanities Research was established in 2008 and "is presented [annually] for a non-fiction work that exemplifies ... socially engaged humanities-based scholarship."

Humanities Book Award

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Established in 2008 the Humanities Book Award from the Institute for Humanities Research at Arizona State University, is "presented for a nonfiction work of humanities-based scholarship." For eligibility criteria please consult the institute's Book Award Nomination Form, and for information about the annual award ceremony, please consult the Book Award Reception page.


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