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The History Department at the University of Texas at Arlington, home of one of the nationís first PhD programs in transatlantic history, announces its annual nationwide competition for the Dennis Reinhartz Transatlantic History Award, sponsored by the E. C. Barksdale Essays in History and our Omicron Kappa Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta. We invite advanced undergraduate students and MA students who have written essays or research papers on topics related to the interconnection and interrelations of people and cultures around and across the Atlantic Ocean from 1500 to the present time to submit their essays for our contest. Essays should be between 20 and 50 pages long. We do not accept published articles or essays already accepted for publication. The successful essay will be published in our online journal Traversea. The author will also receive a prize of $250. The deadline for submissions is September 1, 2011. Announcements about the outcome of this prize competition will be made by October 15, 2011. Please submit your essay online via email attachment and send in addition a paper copy of your essay to the address below. In your cover letter, please include information about the undergraduate or graduate course for which you wrote your essay. For more information contact: Professor Thomas Adam at email@example.com Dr. Thomas Adam The University of Texas at Arlington Department of History Box 19529 Arlington, TX 76019-0529