Mark Balmforth wins Henry Barnard Prize

Congratulations to Mark Balmforth, a doctoral candidate in South Asian Religions, who was awarded the Henry Barnard Prize from the History of Education Society for his article, “A Nation of Ink and Paint: Map Drawing and Geographic Pedagogy in the American Ceylon Mission.” The Barnard Prize is awarded every two years to the best graduate student essay in educational history. Mark’s essay, part of his dissertation “Schooling the Master: Caste Supremacy and American Education in British Ceylon, 1796–1855,” will be published in a forthcoming edition of The History of Education Quarterly.

September 04, 2019