Best Article Published in the Journal of Canadian Studies 

Description: This prize is awarded annually for an outstanding scholarly article published in the Journal of Canadian Studies.

Award: The winning article will be awarded a $200 prize and the author or authors will be granted a one-year membership in the CSN.

Eligibility: The prize is granted to the best article in the volume of the JCS completed most recently prior to the deadline date of Aug. 1. The article may be written by one or more authors.

Selection: A three-member interdisciplinary panel composed of 2 CSN Executive members and its Advisory Council as well as a member of the JCS Executive or Board will select the winner. The selection panel reserves the right not to award the prize in any given year. The winner will normally be announced by the CSN at the annual fall AGM. There will be no appeals of the panel's decision.


Previous winners of this prize

Catherine Khordoc, “Worlded Literature in Quebec: Wajdi Mouawad’s Le Sang des promesses Cycle” Vol. 53, issue 3

Sarah E.K. Smith and Carla Taunton, “Unsettling Canadian Heritage: Decolonial Aesthetics in Canadian Video and Performance Art”  Vol. 52, no.1

Gillian Roberts, “Writing Settlement after Idle No More: Non-Indigenous Responses in Anglo-Canadian Poetry” Vol. 51, no.1

Scott Thompson, “Real Canadians: Exclusion, Participation, Belonging, and Male Military Mobilization in Wartime Canada, 1939-45.” Issue 50.3.

Andrea Bear Nicholas, “The Role of Colonial Artists in the Dispossession and Displacement of the Maliseet: 1790s-1850s," Journal of Canadian Studies, vol. 49, no. 2.