Nursing Clio Prize for Best Journal Article
The Nursing Clio Prize for Best Journal Article is awarded annually for the best peer-reviewed academic journal article on the intersection of gender and medical histories in English. The award consists of a $300 cash prize and a featured interview on the blog about the article.
The 2022 prize committee consisted of: Averill Earls, Chair; Carla Cevasco, Sarah Mellors, and Evan P. Sullivan.
Winner: Elizabeth O’Brien, “The Many Meanings of Aborto: Pregnancy Termination and the Instability of a Medical Category over Time,” Women’s History Review 30, no. 6 (2021): 952–970.
Honorable Mention: Rachel Elder, “White Suits and Kangaroo Kills: Making Men’s Careers in American Nursing,” Gender and History 34, no. 1 (March 2022): 153-178.
Honorable Mention: Adria L. Imada, “Family History as Disability History: Native Hawaiians Surviving Medical Incarceration,” Disability Studies Quarterly 41, no. 4 (Fall 2021): 1-27.
Winner: Carla Cevasco, “‘Look’d Like Milk’: Colonialism and Infant Feeding in the English Atlantic World,” Journal of Early American History 10, no. 2–3 (2020): 147–178.
Read an interview with Carla about this article.
Honorable Mention: Sarah Mellors, “The Trouble with Rubbers: A History of Condoms in Modern China,” NAN NÜ, 20, no. 1 (2020): 150–178.
Winner: Wangui Muigai, “‘Something Wasn’t Clean’: Black Midwifery, Birth, and Postwar Medical Education in All My Babies,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 93, no. 1 (Spring 2019): 82–113.
Read an interview with Wangui about this article.
Honorable Mention: Travis Weisse, “‘Alone in a Sea of Rib-Tips’: Alvenia Fulton, Natural Health, and the Politics of Soul Food,” Journal of the History of Medicine and the Allied Sciences 74, no. 3 (July 2019): 292–315.
Read an interview with Travis about this article.