The Patrick D. Hanan Book Prize for Translation (China and Inner Asia) was established in 2015 and is given biennially to an outstanding English translation of a significant work in any genre originally written in Chinese or an Inner Asian Language, from any time period.
There are no citizenship or residence requirements for nominees. Translators need not be AAS members to be considered. The winner of the prize will receive $1,000 and be honored at the AAS annual conference the following spring. Nominations may be made by trade book publishers, university presses, or any member of the Association for Asian Studies. Self-nomination is not allowed.
THERE IS NO COMPETITION THIS YEAR. The next competition will be announced in April 2019.