The BISA Contemporary Research in International Political Theory (CRIPT) working group are delighted to announce that we have set up an essay prize for the best submission in international political theory, as part of the activities of this academic year.
The essay prize is aimed at postgraduate students and early career researchers, and you could receive not just monetary reward but the chance to increase your recognition within the international studies community. The winner of the prize will receive a £100 Amazon voucher and the chance to deliver their paper at the conference on the International Thought of Judith Shklar, taking place on 10th October 2019 at the University of St Andrews. The working group will also offer a contribution to travel or accommodation expenses for the conference.
To participate, submissions must:
- be authored by a BISA member;
- not exceed 16,000 words;
- be authored by a current postgraduate student (at any level), early career researcher (holding a position within a higher education institution for a maximum of three years prior to submission), or PhD holder (to have graduated a maximum of three years prior to submission);