Wednesday, November 02, 2022

Prize Watch: more legal history

 Recently we were asking if legal historians were all the best historians these days, judging by the prizes they are bringing home.

There's another one:

Congratulations to C. Elizabeth Koester, winner of the Chalmers Prize, awarded to the best book in Ontario History by the Champlain Society. Note that Liz, a retired lawyer, is usually billed as a historian of medical and scientific history but is really a legal historian! In the Public Good: Eugenics and the Law in Ontario is published by Queens McGill UP.
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