The winner of the 2018 prize, announced at the ASMI conference in November, is Caterina Scalvedi, of the University of Illinois at Chicago, for her essay 'Catholic Missionaries in Italian Somalia: Baptisms, Education, and the "Problem" of Meticci (1924–1930)'. The deadline for submissions for the 2019 prize is 31 July.
Christopher Seton-Watson Prize. Winners 2014.
joint winners: Ferdinand Goehde, for "A new military history of the Italian Risorgimento and Anti-Risorgimento: the case of ‘transnational soldiers’”. Stephen C. Bruner, for "Conflicting obituaries: the Abyssinian ‘outlaw’ Debeb as treacherous bandit and romantic hero in late nineteenth-century Italian imagination”.
Published: August 22, 2016