AH article from Volume 9 2021 by Tommaso Zerbi shortlisted for the Alexander Prize of the Royal Historical Society
Posted by Manuel Sánchez García on 2022-06-09

We are happy to announce that Tommaso Zerbi's article ‘Pelagio Palagi's Floating Castles:“Risorgimental Neo-Medievalism”, Architectural Ephemera, and Politics at the Court of Savoy’ published in Architectural Histories volume 9 2021, has been shortlisted for the Alexander Prize of the Royal Historical Society.

The Royal Historical Society’s Alexander Prize is awarded for a journal article or essay based on original historical research – written by a doctoral candidate or those recently awarded their doctorate – and published in a journal or an edited collection of essays. The 2022 Prize recognises original research published in 2021.

Tommaso Zerbi's article is available in open access on our website: http://doi.org/10.5334/ah.462

The complete shortlist for the Alexander Prize is available here: https://blog.royalhistsoc.org/2022/06/07/rhs-alexander-prize-the-2022-shortlist/


Tags  

prize   award   shortlist   competition   Alexander Prize   Royal Historical Society   Tommaso Zerbi   Turin   Savoy   architecture   research