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Harvey M. Applebaum ’59 Award (Library Prizes)
The Harvey M. Applebaum '59 Award is conferred on a Yale College senior for an outstanding essay based on research done in the Yale University Library's government documents collections. The prize is an award of $500.
This prize was established in 2008 by the daughters of Harvey M. Applebaum, class of 1959, in honor of his 70th birthday. Mr. Applebaum is a senior counsel, specializing in international trade and antitrust law, with the Washington firm of Covington & Burling LLP and a lecturer at the University of Virginia School of Law. He is a past Chairman of the Association of Yale Alumni and the Yale Alumni Magazine board.
Congratulations to our 2019 winners!
Second Place: Seamus C. Joyce-Johnson for ' "Its Cargo Is People": Repositioning Commuter Rail as Public Transit to Save the New York–New Haven Line, 1960–1990'
Contact Kenya Flash, Government Information Librarian at the CSSSI, with any questions about the Applebaum Award.
The Journal of Contemporary Archival Studies (JCAS) is sponsored by the Yale University Library and New England Archivists (NEA), and is hosted by Yale University Library’s institutional repository, EliScholar. JCAS is currently accepting submissions of original works of research and inquiry from professionals and graduate students in library science, archival science, and public history.
Please see the Journal Overview for a full explanation of the journal’s aims and scope.
Library Map Prize (Library Prizes)
The Library Map Prize is awarded to Yale College senior for the best use of maps in a senior essay or its equivalent. The prize is an award of $500.
The deadline for the Library Map Prize 2019 is Wednesday, April 24, 2019, 11:59 p.m. Contact the Center for Science and Social Science Information with any questions about the Map Prize.
The Yale Journal of Music & Religion (YJMR) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal publishing scholarship on sacred music in all its ritual, artistic, and cultural contexts across a range of methodologies.