The Doyce B. Nunis, Jr. Award ($500) honors the best demonstration of significant scholarship in the Southern California Quarterly by a rising historian.
The award is selected by the editorial board. There is no application or nomination process.
The 2017 award will be presented at the HSSC Conference in 2018.
Kathleen A. Brown, “Persistent Pacificism, Southern California Women, and the People’s Council of America, 1917-1918,” Southern California Quarterly 97, no. 3 (Winter 2015): 362-398.
James Tejani for “Dredging the Future: The Destruction of Coastal Estuaries and the Creation of Metropolitan Los Angeles, 1858-1908,” Southern California Quarterly 96, 1 (2014): 5-39.