The Emerson Prize

The Emerson Prize is awarded annually to students published in The Concord Review during the previous academic year who have shown outstanding promise in history at the high school level. Since 1995, over 200 students have won an Emerson Prize, and we are pleased to announce the most recent international recipients of the award from Volume 31, who each received $1,000 for their work. The Concord Review is also pleased to award the first annual Fitzhugh Prize this year, named after the Founder & Editor of the journal, Will Fitzhugh. Congratulations to all the laureates and please consider purchasing a single of their work through our online bookstore!

Fitzhugh Prize

Akira Wood Nakada, The Dalton School
Apples and Cider (Spring 2021)

[Harvard 2026]


Emerson Prize

Andy Xu, The Kent School
Albrecht Durer (Fall 2020)
[Harvard 2025]

Neil Shen, Phillips Andover Academy
Estonian Reform (Fall 2020)
[Class of 2022]


Solim Sung
, Seoul International School

English Copyright Law (Winter 2020)
[Class of 2022]

Lian Wang, Mercersburg Academy
Examination System (Spring 2021)
[Stanford 2025]

Runan LinGeorgetown Preparatory School
Fourth Crusade (Spring 2021)
[Chicago 2025]

Christian Joon UmYongsan International School of Seoul
Meiji Restoration (Spring 2021)
[Harvard 2025]

Renxiangyu Su, Experimental High School of Beijing
Qin Empire (Summer 2021)
[Princeton 2025]

Claire Park Kim, Seoul Foreign School
Korea & The Philippines (Summer 2021)

[Georgetown 2025] 

Eming Shyu, Taipei American School
Qing Dynasty Law (Summer 2021)
[Yale 2025]

Elanna Mak, Phillips Academy Andover
Gender Equality (Summer 2021)
[Class of 2022]

Copies of the 4 issues of this volume can be purchased in our bookstore.


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