Two prizes (of £150 each) are awarded.
One will be awarded to the undergraduate or affiliated student of the College receiving the highest First Class mark for his or her Special Subject Long Essay or Dissertation in Part II of the History Tripos. The mark will be communicated by the Director of Studies, and there is no need for undergraduates to provide written submissions.
* Radka Pallova was awarded the 2020 undergraduate prize having received the highest First Class mark for her dissertation in Part II of the History Tripos.
The other prize will be awarded to the graduate student receiving the highest mark of Distinction Standard for a Dissertation in the MPhil degree. Candidates for this prize must be graduate students of the College and of the Faculty of History at the time of issue of this notice. Entrants for the graduate prize are asked to submit a statement of the marks obtained in their dissertation, together with its title and an abstract of no more than 500 words, to the Director of Studies in History Part II by the end of September.
The prizes are advertised at the beginning of March.
* Karl Williams was awarded the 2020 graduate prize having received the highest mark of Distinction for his dissertation in his MPhil degree in Political Thought and Intellectual History.