Trevor Reese Memorial Prize

The Trevor Reese Memorial Prize was established by the Institute of Commonwealth Studies 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 Institute 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 friends and colleagues of Trevor Reese throughout the Commonwealth and United States. The Prize, of £1,000, is awarded every three 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. 

Publishers or authors willing to submit titles for consideration should send two copies to Chloe Pieters, Institute Administrator, Institute of Commonwealth Studies. Please note that multi-authored works are eligible but edited books are not.

It is anticipated that the next Call for Nominations will be advertised in January 2016.