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