"Journal of Modern Jewish Studies Essay Prize 2011"
Journal of Modern Jewish Studies Essay Prize 2011 Invitation to Submit Journal of Modern Jewish Studies has inaugurated an annual essay prize for scholars in the early stages of their career. Papers are invited on topics in Jewish history, social studies, religion, thought, literature and the arts from the 16th century to the present day. They should not be under consideration for publication elsewhere, and should not be submitted to any other journal until the outcome of the competition is known. The Prize Cash prize of £150 GBP/$244 USD Publication of the winning essay in Journal of Modern Jewish Studies as the opening article of the July 2011 issue (volume 10, issue 2). The winning essay will be promoted on the website of the Journal. Jury All submitted papers that qualify (see conditions) will be evaluated by the Editor along with two Associate Editors from the journal’s Board. The Jury will evaluate the papers on their originality conceptual clarity and overall readability. The decision of the Jury will be final. There is only one prize per year and the Jury reserves the right to award no prize at all if submitted material is not of an appropriate standard. Conditions Scholars who have earned their doctorate no more than five years prior to submission are invited to submit. Papers should adhere to the aims and scope of the Journal, (see general rules regarding submissions for Journal of Modern Jewish Studies in the Journal or on our website: www.tandf.co.uk/journals/cmjs). Word limit: 6000-9000 words, including notes and references. Closing date for submissions: 15th November, 2010. Papers must be submitted by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please indicate clearly in the subject line that you wish to have the paper considered for the Essay Prize. Make sure that the essay is modified for blind review, and that it has an abstract. A separate sheet containing information about the date and place of the award of your doctorate and current mailing address is required. The winner of the prize will be announced on the Journal of Modern Jewish Studies web page (www.tandf.co.uk/journals/cmjs) in April 2011 to appear in the Journal in the July 2011 issue.