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  • The Manchester Together Archive Team (Amanda Wallace and Jenny Marsden from Manchester Art Gallery; Larysa Bolton from Archives+; and Kostas Arvanitis from University of Manchester) were awarded the "Working Together for Manchester" Award in the "Awards for Excellence 2019" of the Manchester City Council
  • The Routledge book version of the AFS special issue, "Archives and New Modes of Feminist Research" (32.91-92) (where Jenna Ashton has published an article) has been awarded the 2018 Mander Jones Award from the Australian Society of Archivists.
  • Mark Crinson has won the Historians of British Art Prize (2014) in the post-1800 category for his book Stirling and Gowan: Architecture from Austerity to Affluence (Yale University Press). The prize is awarded by the Historians of British Art, an affiliated society of the College Art Association (USA).
  • Charlie Miller won the 2012 Phillips Book Prize for his manuscript Radical Picasso: Surrealism and the Theory of the Avant-Garde. This highly prestigious prize is offered by the Phillips Collection in Washington DC and includes a generous subvention for publication of the book by California University Press.
  • Edward Wouk won the Wolfgang-Ratjen-Preis (Zentralinstitut für Kunstgeschichte, Munich, 2012) for The New Hollstein Dutch and Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts, 1450-1650. Frans Floris de Vriendt, ed. Ger Luijten, 2 vols., Ouderkerk aan den Ijssel, 2011.