Winners of the BIAJS Book Prize

The 2021 Winners:

  • Brendan McGeever (Birkbeck), for Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution (Cambridge University Press, 2019). Full details about the book are available here.

Honourable mentions:

Rebecca Clifford (Swansea University), for Survivors: Children’s Lives After the Holocaust (Yale University Press, 2020). Full details about the book are available here.

Hannah Ewence (University of Chester), for The Alien Jew in the British Imagination, 1881-1905: Space, Mobility and Territoriality (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019). Full details about the book are available here.

The 2020 Winners:

  • Dr Lindsey Askin (University of Bristol), for Scribal Culture in Ben Sira published with Brill in 2018. Full details about the book are available here.
  • Professor Sacha Stern (University College London), for The Jewish Calendar Controversy of 921/2 CE published with Brill in 2019. Full details about the book are available here.

 

The 2019 Winner:

  •  Dr Seth Anziska (UCL), Preventing Palestine: A Political History from Camp David to Oslo published by Princeton University Press. Full details about the book are available here.

Yulia Egorova awarding the 2019 BAJS Book Prize to Seth Anziska and a special mention for Shirli Gilbert for “From Things Lost: Forgotten Letters and the Legacy of the Holocaust”