SAH/Places Prize on Race and the Built Environment

This unique collaboration between SAH and Places Journal is intended to support the production of innovative public scholarship that reconsiders race and the history of the built environment through a contemporary lens and aims to expand the contemporary discussion on race and the built environment.
 
The SAH/Places Prize recipient will receive a $7,500 honorarium to produce a significant work of public scholarship that will be published in Places and delivered at a public lecture presented by SAH. A call for applications will be distributed later this year. Global topics will be encouraged.

SAH is currently fundraising to support the prize for two consecutive years. Those interested in contributing can donate at https://www.sah.org/sah-places-prize.

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