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 Journal of Curatorial Studies announces the formation of an annual EmergingWriter Award to support and mentor new voices in curatorial studies. The Journal invites authors to submit a review of a 2018 exhibition or book that addresses issues relevant to curatorial studies. The winning contribution will be published in the journal and the author will receive a 1-year subscription to JCS.
The European Center of the Romanesque (Europäisches Romanik Zentrum,
ERZ) awards outstanding international research works on the field of
Romanesque art and architecture. The award is donated by the Stiftung
Saalesparkasse (Halle) and Mr Gerhard Mauch (Ludwigshafen).
The award aims to promote, honor and encourage graduated junior
researchers contributing to the study of Romanesque art, history,
archaeology, Church history as well as history of the law.
Only unpublished research will be considered (PhD thesis). The
award is supposed to promote graduates. It is valued at 2000 Euro. The
ERZ’s international board of advisors will co-judge the selection of
the awardee. Accepting the award, the winner is encouraged to give a
public lecture at the ERZ.
Submission: Until April 10th 2016, the application (CV, certificates, references,
list of publications), one piece of his/her digitized research works
(PDF) including an abstract and the academic evaluation is to be sent
Direktor des Instituts Europäisches Romanik Zentrum