October 21, 2009
2010 Sakip Sabanci International Research Award
2010 “Sakıp Sabancı International Research Award”
This award has been endowed in perpetuity by the late Sakıp Sabancı, Honorary Chairman of Sabancı University’s Board of Trustees, and covers fields such as Turkish and Islamic Art and the History, Economy and Sociology of Turkey.
This year's competition called for works in the field of "Multiculturalism in the Governance of the European Union and Turkish Accession". The competition is open to all scholars in the social sciences and humanities working on contemporary Turkey. The selection committee will give priority to those submissions which have the potential for publication in a leading scholarly journal. Attached, please find the 2010 competition poster.
The Sakıp Sabancı International Research Award entails a first prize of $20,000, a second prize of $10,000, and a third prize of $5,000. Essays that are submitted for Sakıp Sabancı International Research Award are reviewed each year by a different independent and international jury. For detailed information, you may visit our website: www.sabanciuniv.edu
Conditions for the competition are:
* All entries must be new and original works, not published previously in any form.
* Essays must be approximately 13.000 words, including title, citations, and endnotes. (References should be shown in the form of endnotes.)
* An abstract of 500 words and a short c.v. of the applicant is required.
* Entries must be submitted in English by means of e-mail, in the form of an attached Word or PDF document to the following address: email@example.com
* Each submission must include a cover page that includes the following information: The applicant’s name, home institution and department, mailing and e-mail address and phone number.
* The deadline for submissions is Friday, March 19, 2010.
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