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AHR Prize for the Best Digital Article

The AHR has announced a new prize for the best digital article. According to guidelines, the article must leverage "digital tools and modalities to ask new questions about the past," rather than "merely adorning a presentation with multimedia features or materials." It will be fascinating to see how far the awards committee will be willing to stretch the requirement that entries be "roughly comparable in scope and scale" to a journal article. Some of the more interesting projects lie on the edge of eligibility.

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