Clarence H. Haring Prize Recipients

The Haring Prize is a quinquennial prize awarded to the Latin American author who has published the most outstanding book on Latin American history during the five years preceding the year of the award. Clarence Haring (1885–1960) was a noted Latin Americanist and a longtime member of the Association. Capital for the prize was derived from contributions from the friends of Clarence H. Haring and from other grants between 1963 and 1966.

2011

Dr. Walter Fraga Filho, Encruzilhadas da Liberdade: Histórias de Escravos e Libertos na Bahia, 1870-1910 (Editora Unicamp)

2006

Dr. Marial Iglesias Utset, Las Metáforas del Cambio en la Vida Cotidiana: Cuba, 1898-1902 (Ediciones UNION)

2001

Prof. Hilda Sabato, La política en las calles: Entre el voto y la movilización; Buenos Aires, 1862-1880 (Editorial Sudamericana)

1996

Mr. João José Reis, A morte e uma festa: Ritos funebres e revolta popular no Brasil do seculo XIX (Companhia das Letras)

1991

Dr. Alberto Flores Galindo, Buscando un inca: Identidad y utopia en los Andes, Peru (Inst. de Apoyo Agrario)

1986

Dr. José Pedro Barrán, Batlle, los estancieros y el Imperio Británico (Ediciones de la Banda Oriental), with Benjamin Nahum

1981

Dr. Manual R. Moreno Fraginals, El Ingenio: complejo economico social cubano del azucar (Havana)

1976

Dr. Tulio Halperin-Donghi, Politics, Economics, and Society in Argentina in the Revolutionary Period (Cambridge Univ. Press)

1971

Dr. Luis González y González, Pueblo en Vilo (El Colegio de Mexico, Centro des Estudios Historicos)

1966

Dr. Daniel Cosío Villegas, Historia Moderna de Mexico