The Leo Panitch Book Prize honours annually the best book on work and labour studies.
Prize Amount: The Leo Panitch Book Prize is $300 per winner (co-authors will each receive $300).
- Nominators must submit a letter to the prize committee (no more than two pages) outlining the reasons for the nomination, along with contact info for the nominee.
- It must be a single authored or jointly authored publication. The author must be Canadian, or individuals working at a Canadian institution.
- If co-authored, one of the authors must be a Canadian or an individual working at a Canadian institution.
- More than one book prize can be awarded in a given year; the committee has the discretion to split the prize rather than just have one per year.
- The author(s) of the book must be a member in good standing of CAWLS at the time of the awarding of the Prize.
- The book must have been published in French or English and must have been published in 2021.
- Conference proceedings or translations are not eligible for a prize.
- The prize committee chair and members are not eligible for a prize.
If there is a question about the eligibility of a book, the CAWLS Executive will have the final say in the matter.
In the event of a tie or a deadlock decision, the CAWLS Executive will have the final say.
Nominations are due Feb 4, 2022 and should be sent to [email protected] with “Leo Panitch Book Prize nomination” in the subject line.