“Exposing Slavery” Named Finalist for 2020 AAP PROSE Awards
February 20, 2020
Matthew Fox-Amato, assistant professor of history, has received additional accolades for his book “Exposing Slavery: Photography, Human Bondage, and the Birth of Modern Visual Politics in America.” The book was named a finalist for the Association of American Publishers’ (AAP) 2020 Professional and Scholarship Excellence (PROSE) Awards, honoring scholarly works published in 2019 that make a significant contribution to a field of study. In the next few weeks, AAP will further refine the field by announcing subject category winners, five excellence awards and the R.R. Hawkins Award, the top prize of the annual PROSE competition. Learn more about the awards.
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