CFP: Early Career Conference Paper Award ISCHE 39, Buenos Aires
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CFP: Early Career Conference Paper Award ISCHE 39, Buenos Aires


ISCHE now welcomes Doctoral students or Early Career Researchers to submit the papers presented at ISCHE 39 in Buenos Aires to this year’s Early Career Conference Paper Award.

The ISCHE Early Career Conference Paper Award is given for the best paper presented at the previous ISCHE conference by a Doctoral student or Early Career Researcher. This award was previously known as the “ISCHE Prize” and was renamed in June 2015.

The winner paper may be published in the conference special issue of Paedagogica Historica or in a general issue with acknowledgement to ISCHE conference.

To submit the paper you presented at ISCHE 39 in Buenos Aires, please send it to msouthwell@fahce.unlp.edu.ar no later than Oct. 1, 2017.

More information available here.

Previous University Assistant (“post doc”) at the Department of Education, University of Vienna
Next Request for submissions: 2018 ISCHE First Book Award (Deadline: Sep. 5, 2017)

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