The Andrés Ramos Mattei-Neville Hall Article Prize is a biennial award that recognizes the best article in the field of Caribbean history.
Past recipients include:
Anne Eller, “Rumors of Slavery: Defending Emancipation in a Hostile Caribbean,”American Historical Review 3, no. 1 (2017): 653–679.
Pablo F. Gómez, “The Circulation of Bodily Knowledge in the Seventeenth-century Black Spanish Caribbean,” Social History of Medicine, 26:3 (2013).
Marisa J. Fuentes, “Power and Historical Figuring: Rachael Pringle’s Troubled Archive,” Gender and History, 22:3 (November 2010).
Matthew R. Casey, for “Haitians’ Labor and Lesiure on Cuban Sugar Plantations: The Limits of Company Control,” New West Indian Guide, 82:1 and 2 (2011).
Bertie Mandelblatt, “A Transatlantic Commodity: Irish Salt Beef in the French Atlantic World,” History Workshop Journal, 63 (2007).
Francisco Scarano, “The Jíbaro Masquerade and the Subaltern Politics of Creole Identity Formation in Puerto Rico, 1745-1823,” American Historical Review
101:5 (December 1996).
Philip Morgan, “Slaves and Livestock in Eighteenth-Century Jamaica: Vineyard Pen, 1750-1751,” William and Mary Quarterly, LII (1995).