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  • Michael Martin
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    Call for Graduate Student Prize Submissions: The Hugh F. Rankin Prize is awarded by the Louisiana Historical Association each year to the graduate student in history who submits the best unpublished article-length essay in Louisiana history or a related topic. Applicants must be enrolled in an accredited graduate program at either the M.A. or Ph.D. level, and the essay must be based on original research. Part-time graduate students are eligible. The award will be a cash prize, to be presented at the banquet of the LHA’s annual meeting (https://www.lahistory.org/event/2018-annual-meeting/). The winning essay will be considered for publication in the LHA journal Louisiana History. The deadline for submission is April 1, 2018. Please send submissions to: Dr. Michael S. Martin, Managing Editor, Louisiana Historical Association:

    [email protected]
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    P. O. Box 43558
    Lafayette, LA
    70504

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