EUSA Best Book Prize

The 2003-05 Executive Committee of the European Union Studies Association announced the launch of the EUSA Book Prize, to be awarded at each biennial EUSA conference to a book in English on any aspect of EU studies and published in the two years prior to the EUSA Conference. This prize carries a cash award of $300 USD to the author(s). Authors or publishers will submit one (hard) copy of the nominated book with a letter of transmittal to each of the three members of the EUSA Book Prize committee. (Nominated books may not be submitted by e-mail, as galleys or proofs, or in any form other than hard-copy published book.) Information on how to apply for the prize will be announced on this website and the EUSA list serve the Fall before an upcoming conference.

For the 2023 EUSA Book Prize books published in 2021 and 2022 will be eligible. To be considered, authors or publishers MUST submit three (hard) copies of the nominated book (with a letter of transmittal), one to each member of the EUSA Book Prize committee and submit an application online (see link to the right). The deadline for application and for receipt of the books by the committee members is October 31, 2022.  The names and addresses of the committee members are:

Stephanie Hofmann, Chair

European University Institute

Via Boccaccio 121

50133 Firenze



Nora Fisher Onar

c/o International Studies Department

University of San Francisco

Kalmanovitz Hall 213

2131 Fulton Street

San Francisco, California 94117



Virginie Van Ingelgom

ISPOLE – UCLouvain

Place Montesquieu 1 L2.08.07

1348 Louvain-La-Neuve