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2020 History Research Prize

The Unitarian Universalist History and Heritage Society is delighted to announce the winner of our 2020 History Research Prize for Future Leaders: Lóre Stevens, for her essay, “‘Strong at the Broken Places’: A History of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Nashville, 1992-2019.”  Stevens is a queer Latinx atheist, a second-year MDiv candidate at Harvard… Read More »

Spring Newsletter 2020

What’s in this Issue? The Journal is On its Way From the President of UUHHS News from the Dictionary of Unitarian Universalist Biographies UUHHS Annual Membership Meeting Become a Member of UUHHS Today Conrad Wright Lecture at General Assembly The Journal is On Its Way News from Our Journal Editor, Kathleen Parker The significance of… Read More »

The History Research Prize for Future Leaders

$500 to be awarded in 2020 This prize will be awarded for the best research essay on Unitarian Universalist history. Essays should be approximately 15-25 pages in length, and they must draw on primary sources and be organized around a clear thesis. They should use rigorous scholarship in support of the growing edges of Unitarian… Read More »