Submissions Invited for ISCHE Early Career Paper Award

Submissions Invited for ISCHE Early Career Paper Award

We welcome applications for the ISCHE Early Career Conference Paper Award, which is given to the best paper presented by a student / postgraduate early career scholar (understood as up to 5 years post PhD).  In evaluating submissions for the ISCHE Early Career Conference Paper Award the ISCHE 38 program committee takes into consideration the quality of the work, innovation in sources and methods used, contribution to the annual conference theme and overall contribution to the field.  To submit your paper for consideration please email it to ische2016@ische.org with the subject heading “Early Career Conference Paper Award Submission” by October 1st, 2016.  All papers by eligible early career scholars submitted for possible inclusion in the “ISCHE 38 Education and the Body” Paedagogica Historica special issue (see next page) will also be considered for the ISCHE Early Career Conference Paper Award.

Additional information on the award, including the names of past recipients, is available on the ISCHE website at http://www.ische.org/about-ische/ische-early-career-paper-award/.  The award-winning paper may be published in the conference special issue of Paedagogica Historica or a general issue with acknowledgement to the ISCHE conference.  Please note that this award was previously known as the “ISCHE Prize” but was renamed the “ISCHE Early Career Conference Paper Award” in June 2015.

Previous Call for applications: PhD scholarship at Aalborg University. Deadline: Oct. 26, 2016
Next Request for submissions: 2017 ISCHE First Book Award (Deadline: Oct. 1, 2016)

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