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The Trevor Reese Memorial Prize for books

The Prize has been awarded to Andrew Porter for his book Religion Versus Empire? British Protestant missionaries and overseas expansion, 1700-1914

The Trevor Reese Memorial Prize was established by the Institute of Commonwealth Studies (ICwS), part of the University of London, in 1979. It is in the name of Dr Trevor Reese, a distinguished scholar of Australian and Commonwealth history, who was Reader in Imperial Studies at the ICwS until his death in 1976. He was the author of several leading works in his field. and was both founder and first editor of the Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History. The Prize was established with the proceeds of contributions to a memorial fund by many friends and colleagues of Trevor Reese throughout the Commonwealth and United States. The Prize of £1,000 is awarded every two years to the author of a work which has made a wide-ranging, innovative and scholarly contribution in the broadly-defined field of Imperial and Commonwealth History.


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Date and Time:

9 November 2006 at 5:00 pm


1 hour



School of Advanced Study, University of London
Senate House
Malet Street
020 7862 8653

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