CFP: Oxford Art Journal: Essay Prize for Early Career Researchers
Oxford Art Journal is inviting entries for its new Essay Prize for Early Career Researchers.
The Essay Prize for Early Career Researchers aims to encourage submissions from British and international doctoral students, as well as early career researchers who are within five years of gaining their PhD. The essay will be on any topic relevant to art history and should be between 6,000 and 10,000 words (normally including footnotes) in length.
The Prize includes:
- Publication of the winning essay in Oxford Art Journal
- £500 worth of Oxford University Press books
- A year’s free subscription to Oxford Art Journal
How to enter:
Entries should be clearly marked ‘Essay Prize for Early Career Researchers’ and submitted as two hard copies, together with an abstract of 150-200 words, to the Editorial Assistant, Oxford Art Journal, Department of Art History, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT.
In addition, please send a cover letter clearly marked ‘Essay Prize for Early Career Researchers’ that also includes your contact details, including email and mail address.
Essays will be 6,000-10,000 words (normally including footnotes) in length.
The closing date will be 1 December 2018 and papers can be submitted at any point before this date.
The winner of the Prize will be required to verify her or his status as a current doctoral student or as an early career researcher who gained their PhD no more than five years previously. The journal will make due allowance for entrants who have had career breaks.
Entries submitted to the Oxford Art Journal Early Career Essay Prize must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
The decision of the judges will be final, and no correspondence will be entered into by the editors. In the unlikely event that, in the editors’ opinion, the material submitted is not of a suitable standard, no Prize will be awarded.
CFP: Oxford Art Journal: Essay Prize for Early Career Researchers. In: ArtHist.net, 13.09.2018. Letzter Zugriff 17.02.2019. <https://arthist.net/archive/18873>.