Call for Nominations | Dan David Prize

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End: October 11, 2023
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The Dan David Prize is the world’s largest history prize, annually awarding 9 prizes of $300,000 each to early and midcareer scholars and practitioners in the historical disciplines, to acknowledge their outstanding achievements and support future work.

Nominees can come from any field related to the study of the human past, both within academia and outside it.

We are looking for researchers in disciplines such as history, archaeology, art history, digital humanities and human palaeontology, as well as independent scholars, public historians, museum curators and documentary filmmakers.

Nominations for the 2024 Prize will be open between June 14, 2023 and October 11, 2023.

The Dan David Prize holds an open nomination process to collect a pool of candidates.

Anyone can nominate | Self-nominations will not be considered | Renominations from previous years are encouraged

The Dan David Prize board will determine the winners based on a shortlist of finalists compiled by a dedicated international selection committee.

The prizes will be awarded at an in-person ceremony in late May 2024 in Tel Aviv, where the Prize is headquartered.