[MGSA-L] John O. Iatrides Best Dissertation Prize - Deadline April 1st
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Tue Mar 19 07:08:10 PDT 2013
John O. Iatrides Best Dissertation Prize
Next Deadline for Submissions: April 1st 2013
The John O. Iatrides Best Dissertation Prize is awarded on a biennial schedule for the best English-language dissertation on a Greek subject.
The next prize will be awarded at the Fall 2013 Symposium. The prize is awarded on a biennial schedule to coincide with the Association's Symposium, and thus the 2013 prize competition covers dissertations completed since the April 2011 deadline.
All disciplines of the Humanities and Social Sciences compete together. Eligible for competition are dissertations completed at a North American institution, with English as a primary language and the post-Byzantine Greek world -- including Greek diasporas -- as a primary subject. In order to qualify for the competition, applicants must be current members of the Association when they submit their dissertations. A person may submit his/her dissertation only once within three years of completing the Ph.D.
Submissions for the dissertation prize shall be made in the form of an extensive abstract and should include the following information: the year of the dissertation's acceptance, and the names of the dissertation committee members and supervisor. The abstract should be no longer than three typed (double-space) pages. The Graduate Studies Committee will screen abstracts, then select a committee (based on nature of submissions) to read and evaluate complete dissertations.
Prize: $1000.00 and one year membership in the MGSA
Submissions of abstracts and complete dissertations are accepted in electronic form (pdf format) at the following address:
For more information, please contact Effie Rentzou erentzou at princeton.edu<mailto:erentzou at princeton.edu>
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