Anne Applebaum, Lyse Doucet, Eliga Gould and Sujit Sivasundaram are joining The Silk Roads author Peter Frankopan as judges for the $75,000 Cundill History Prize.... Read more
Oxford University professor Peter Frankopan, bestselling author of The Silk Roads (Bloomsbury), will chair the jury for the 2020 Cundill History Prize. ... Read more
The $75,000 Cundill History Prize – the largest prize for a work of non-fiction in English, open to publishers worldwide – has announced three "outstanding" women as its finalists for 2019,... Read more
Harvard professor Maya Jasanoff has won 2018's US$75,000 Cundill History Prize for her "genre-bending" and "immaculately researched" account of the life of Polish-born British writer... Read more
This week's pictures round-up includes book events with Michael Palin and Nicola Sturgeon, as well as the launch of the first Festival America in London.... Read more
Three Pulitzer Prize-winning authors, Anne Applebaum, Ron Chernow and David I Kertzer, are vying for the Cundill History Prize, worth $75,000 (£57,000).
British historian Daniel Beer has been named as the 2017 winner of the $75,000 (£56,820) International Cundill History Prize – the richest in non-fiction for... Read more
A controversial thesis on inequality, a "myth-shattering" history of Vietnam, and a study of Siberian exile under the Tsars are the finalists for this year's $75,000... Read more
The Cundill History Prize has revealed its 2017 longlist which explores topics ranging from economic history and Christianity to the Islamic world and Vietnam.
The re-launched Cundill History Prize received double the number of entries compared to last year, it has been revealed.