The ASEEES Wayne S. Vucinich Book Prize, sponsored by the Association for Slavic Studies, East European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) and the Stanford University Center for Russian and East European Studies, is awarded annually for the most important contribution to Russian, Eurasian, and East European studies in any discipline of the humanities or social sciences published in English in the United States in the previous calendar year.
Catherine Evtuhov, Portrait of a Russian Province: Economy, Society and Civilization in Nineteenth-Century Nizhnii Novgorod (University of Pittsburgh Press).
Catherine Evtuhov is a Professor of History. She has been teaching in the History Department at Georgetown since 1992. Her interests include the history of Russian thought in European context, material culture and local history, and the history of the Black Sea region and Russian-Ottoman relations. She has written on topics ranging broadly over the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries. She has been Director of Graduate Studies in the History Department, and convenor (with Eric Lohr, American University) of the D.C. Russian History Workshop sponsored by the Georgetown Institute for Global History. She has been visiting professor at the Alexander Institute for Historical Studies at the University of Helsinki, the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris, and Bogazici University in Istanbul. She teaches courses in Russian history, the history of ideas, and the Black Sea in history and politics.