The high quality of medieval environmental history research is being recognized by organizations across the globe. Here are some recent ENFORMA award winners.
Economic History Society Award for the Best Paper by New Researchers at the Annual Meeting of the Economic History Society at Durham (26-28 March 2010)
Phil Slavin, “Between famine and plague: the impact of environmental and institutional crises on nutrition in late-medieval England, c.1300-50”
American Society for Environmental History 2009 Alice Hamilton prize for best article outside of Environmental History
Richard Keyser, “The Transformation of Traditional Woodland Management: Commercial Sylviculture in Medieval Champagne,” French Historical Studies 32, no. 3 (2009): 353-384.
European Society for Environmental History 2009 publication prize for an article published in 2007 or 2008
Dolly Jørgensen, “Cooperative Sanitation: Managing Streets and Gutters in Late Medieval England and Scandinavia,” Technology and Culture 49 (2008), 547-567.
New Bedford Whaling Museum 2009 L. Byrne Waterman Award which recognizes outstanding contributions to whales and whaling-related research and pedagogy in the Arts, Humanities and Sciences
Vicki Szabo, Western Carolina University