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Research Fields TEST Archival studies
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Eligibility The prize will be offered annually to a student who:
1. is enrolled in the Joint Masters Program in Archival Studies at the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg;
2. has completed the first year of the program and is judged to have demonstrated the greatest imagination in their course work and essays.

Students are eligible for consideration upon successful completion of their first year of studies.
Selection will be based on a minimum of four major pieces of written work, eight to ten shorter pieces of work, and general seminar participation at the graduate level in the two core full-year Archival Studies courses (History 7370 and 7380). In class discussion and formal written work, the selected recipient will have consistently presented new ideas or refreshing syntheses of current ideas about archives, especially exploring the impact of trends in other disciplines for archival thinking and activity.
Value The prize will consist of a relevant book (usually the collected essays of H. Taylor) and a certificate.
Currency Canadian
Tenable at No details on tenability available
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Contact the Department of History.

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