The Journal of Pacific History

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The Journal of Pacific History

The Gunson Essay Prize

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About the prize

In conjunction with the Pacific History Association at the Biennial Pacific History Association Conference, the Journal of Pacific History awards the Gunson Prize for the best essay by a postgraduate or senior student.

Visit the Pacific History Association Awards page.

Visit the Best Article Prize page.

Year Author(s) Article
2021 Harry Needham “A Story of Our People’s Triumph”: Nauruan Histories of Angam
2018 Elyssa J. Santos “More Better” Ideas: Chamorro Resistance to U.S. Development Projects on Guam, 1898–1941
2016 Benjamin Sacks “Running Away with Itself”: Missionaries, Islanders and the Reimagining of Recreation in Samoa, 1830–1939
2014 Kristie Patricia Flannery Battlefield Diplomacy and Empire-building in the Early Modern Pacific World
2012 Nicholas Hoare “Harry” Holland and Samoa: the Labour leader’s “Samoa complex”

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