Prix : Middle East and Islamic Studies Early-Career Paper Prize (Brill). Date limite : 1er juil. 2014

Middle East and Islamic Studies Early-Career Paper Prize

Brill supports early-career scholars with the new Middle East and Islamic Studies Early-Career Paper Prize.

To encourage and support early-career scholars seeking to publish in leading academic journals, Brill is awarding an annual prize for an outstanding article in the field of Middle East and Islamic Studies. Brill’s Middle East and Islamic Studies Early-Career Paper Prize is made possible by the Sheikh Zayed Book Award for publishing.

The author of the winning article will receive a €750,- cash prize and the article will be published in one of Brill’s leading journals.

The Paper Prize is open to students who are currently registered for doctoral research at a higher education institution, or have obtained their doctoral degree after 1 January 2011. Any eligible article should be full-length (8.000-12.000 words) and an original contribution to the field of Islamic and/or Middle East StudiesEach year the competition will be hosted by one of Brill’s journals.Die Welt des Islams has kindly agreed to host the 2014 competition. Submissions should thus fit the scope of that journal. For more information on the journal and its scope, please visit: brill.com/wdi

Submission Requirements

Articles should be submitted in PDF and Word format, together with a short CV. All submissions must comply with the journal style sheet, which can be found in the Author Instructions of the journal, and at brill.com/wdi. Submissions for the 2014 prize must be sent to articlecompetition@brill.com, no later than 1 July 2014.

The winner will be announced via Brill’s social media channels: Twitter: @Brill_ME_Africa; Facebook:facebook.com/BrillMidEastAfrica; Email Newsletters

For more information about Brill’s Middle East and Islamic Studies Early-Career Paper Prize, contact: articlecompetition@brill.com or visit http://www.brill.com/news/brill-announces-middle-east-and-islamic-studies-early-career-paper-prize


Sterenn Le Maguer-Gillon

Archéologue spécialiste de la péninsule Arabique et du commerce dans l'océan Indien, vacataire à l'Institut catholique de Paris et à l'Université Rennes 2.

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