Regina Grafe wins book award

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Regina GrafeRegina Grafe, who joined the Department of History and Civilization in September, has won the Economic History Association’s Gyorgy Ranki Prize for the best book in European Economic History for her book Distant Tyranny:  Markets, Power and Backwardness in Spain, 1650-1800

The Ranki Prize honours Gyorgy Ranki, a distinguished Hungarian economic historian who taught in both Hungary and the United States. The Ranki Prize is awarded biennially for an outstanding book in European economic history and carries a prize of $1,000.