The A. H. de Oliveira Marques Prize was created by means of a generous endowment from Dr. Harold B. Johnson, of the University of Virginia, in memory of the distinguished Portuguese historian, A. H. de Oliveira Marques (1933-2007). The prize, which carries an honorarium of $250, is awarded each year for the best peer-reviewed article or book chapter on Portuguese history published during the previous year.
Congratulations to the 2019 winner: Márcia Gonçalves, “Of peasants and settlers: ideals of Portugueseness, imperial nationalism and European settlement in Africa, c. 1930-c.1945.” European Review of History: Revue européeane d’histoire 25, no 1: 166-186.
The 2018 winner was Fabien Montcher, “Politics, Scholarship, and the Iberian Routes of the Republic of Letters: The Late Renaissance Itinerary of Vicente Nogueira (1586–1654),” Erudition and the Republic of Letters 2 (2017) 182-225. Thanks to prize committee members Mark Molesky [chair], Bernardo de Sá-Nogueira, and Ana T. Valdez.