The European Studies First Article Prize honors new writers of articles about European history, society, economics, or culture published within a two-year period. Two prizes will be awarded in 2017, one to a scholar working in the humanities and one to a scholar working in the social sciences.
A multi-disciplinary First Article Prize Committee appointed by the CES Executive Committee will choose the winner. Each prize winner will receive $500 and public recognition on CES' website and publications.
For the 2017 European Studies First Article Prize, each nominated article must meet the following criteria:
- be the first article published by the nominee in the field of European Studies in a peer-reviewed journal
- be published between October 1, 2014 and September 30, 2016
- be the work of one author only or be an article on which the nominee is the first author
- be authored by a member of CES or full-time faculty/a student of a member institution(for more information go to original link).
Nominations may be submitted by the publisher, editor, author, or admiring colleagues, and must be accompanied by a nomination form and digital copy of the nominated article (articles should be directly attached to the nomination form.) Paper submissions will not be accepted.
Defining the Humanities and Social Sciences
- Comparative literature
- The Arts
- Specific language studies
- Political Sciences/Goverment
- Business Administration
- Public Administration
- International Relations
For more information click "Further official information" below.
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