In June 2014, the Council for European Studies’ (CES) First Article Prize Committee announced Vanessa Ogle (University of Pennsylvania) and Jennifer L. Erickson (Boston College) as the winners of the 2014 European First Article Prize.
Ogle was awarded the 2014 European Studies First Article Prize in the Humanities for her article “Whose Time Is It? The Pluralization of Time and the Global Condition, 1870s–1940s” (The American Historical Review 118 (5), 2013).
Erickson won the European Studies First Article Prize in the Social Sciences for her article “Market imperative meets normative power: Human rights and European arms transfer policy,” published in European Journal of International Relations 19:209 in 2013.
The Council for European Studies’ (CES) First Article Prize Committee was pleased to announce Steve Milder (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) and Anna Paretskaya (The New School) as the winners of the inaugural European First Article Prize.
Milder was awarded the inaugural European Studies First Article Prize in the Humanities for his article “Thinking Globally, Acting (Trans-) Locally: Petra Kelly and the Transnational Roots of West German Green Politics” (Central European History 43, 2010).
Paretskaya won the European Studies First Article Prize in the Social Sciences for her article “The Soviet Communist Party and the Other Spirit of Capitalism,” published in Sociological Theory 28:4 in December 2010.
The Committee also awarded an Honorable Mention to James Chappel (Columbia University) for his article “The Catholic Origins of Totalitarianism Theory in Interwar Europe” (Modern Intellectual History 8:3, 2011).