24 October 2023
The competition from Women's History Scotland is for essays on an aspect of women's or gender history
To be eligible to enter, writers should either be resident in Scotland or enrolled at a Scottish university, or enter a piece focussed on Scottish history. The competition was established in 2002 in honour of Leah Leneman, a leading historian of women in Scotland.
Essays should be between 8,000 and 10,000 words, and may be focussed on any aspect of women's or gender history. Entries may be undergraduate, postgraduate or independent research.
The winner will receive £200.
The closing date is 18 December.
For full details see the website.