Two weeks until the Unz Contest closes

By Razib Khan | August 21, 2012 7:35 pm

Wanted to ping by readers on this:

As a means of publicizing the vast quantity of high-quality content material uniquely available on its recently released website, UNZ.org is announcing a historical research competition.

First Prize of $10,000 and several other cash prizes will be awarded for the most significant and interesting discussion or analysis of some historical issue based on the published source material provided at UNZ.org.  All entries must be received by August 31, 2012, and awards will be made by September 30, 2012.

Interested participants should examine the rules, read the description of the available content source material, and then register for the competition.

Since I’m a judge a few friends have asked if this is for real. Yes, it is.

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  • ackbark

    I must be doing something wrong. I tried clicking on two things at random and it tries to download a pdf but there’s nothing there.

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