Dartmouth Medal

Dartmouth Medal
About the Dartmouth Medal
A medal that honors the creation of a reference work of outstanding quality and significance, including, but not limited to: writing, compiling, editing, or publishing books or electronic information. Past and current winners can be found here: https://www.rusaupdate.org/awards/dartmouth-medal/.

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2010 Winner(s)

Encyclopedia of Human Rights

Oxford University Press

The Encyclopedia of Human Rights was selected for its comprehensive coverage of a timely and important topic. As a major contribution to the literature of human rights, this harrowing but important work chronicles the advances in the human rights movement from 1945 to the present, including such recent issues as the right to health care. Its extensive bibliography and in depth analysis makes this an essential title for all libraries.

2010 Honorable Mention(s)

The Encyclopedia of Journalism


The Encyclopedia of Modern China