Five Subject Category Winners awarded in 2022 PROSE Awards
The Association of American Publishers (AAP) has named five titles published by Cambridge University Press as Subject Category Winners for the 46th Annual PROSE Awards.
A total of 14 Press titles were chosen as finalists across 39 subject categories that included 106 finalists in all.
A total of 14 Press titles were chosen as finalists across 39 subject categories that included 106 finalists in all. Subject Category Winners will go on to compete for the Awards for Excellence, which comprise the following four awards:
- The 2022 PROSE Award for Excellence in Biological and Life Sciences
- The 2022 PROSE Award for Excellence in Humanities
- The 2022 PROSE Award for Excellence in Physical Sciences and Mathematics
- The 2022 PROSE Award for Excellence in Social Sciences
One of the five Excellence Winners will then receive the prestigious R.R. Hawkins Award, the top prize of the annual PROSE competition.
We are delighted to share the full list of Press titles that won this year, and send our Congratulations to all of our Authors and Editors!
Biological Anthropology, Ancient History & Archaeology
Julius Caesar and the Roman People, Robert Morstein-Marx
Hegel’s Century: Alienation and Recognition in a Time of Revolution, Jon Stewart
Introduction to Effective Field Theory: Thinking Effectively about Hierarchies of Scale, C. P. Burgess
Computing & Information Sciences
Deep Learning in Science, Pierre Baldi
Equivariant Stable Homotopy Theory and the Kervaire Invariant Problem, Michael A. Hill, Michael J. Hopkins, and Douglas C. Ravenel
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