The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 761
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LIz CARPENTER AWARD
FOR RESEARCH IN THE
HISTORY OF WOMEN
The Liz Carpenter Award is given annually
for the best scholarly book on the history of
women and Texas published during the cal-
endar year. The winning author for 2oo3
will be presented a certificate and $1,ooo at
the Association's Annual Meeting in March
2004. Judges may withhold the award at
Publishers should submit one copy of each
entry published in 2003 to each committee
member by December 31, 2003. For
addresses of the committee members
Liz Carpenter Award
Texas State Historical Association
SRH 2.306, University of Texas
Austin, Texas 78712.
The Liz Carpenter Award was established in
1992 by an anonymous donor who is com-
mitted to the publication of scholarly
research on the history of women and
Texas. The award honors Liz Carpenter, a
fifth-generation Texan, for her commitment
to the pursuit of the history of women in
Texas and for a lifetime of achievements
that qualify her as a maker of that history.
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