The Jo-Anne Duggan Prize 2019

To honour the creative, artistic and scholarly legacy of the late Jo-Anne Duggan, the Australasian Centre for Italian Studies (ACIS) announces the third round of the biennial prize for an original essay and a creative work with exegesis, open to early career researchers, higher degree or undergraduate students from an Australasian institution, on any topic relating to Italian Studies, from disciplinary or interdisciplinary areas, such as Anthropology, Archaeology, Classics, Cultural Studies, History, Legal and Political Studies, Linguistics and Languages, Literature, Media Studies, Museum Studies, Philosophy, Studies of Religion, Translation Studies, and Visual Arts. Details of eligibility and submission procedure, along with guidelines for the submissions, can be found on the ACIS site (acis.org.au)

Deadline: 29 October 2018

$1,000 for the best essay entry

$250 for one highly-commended essay entry

$1,000 for the best creative work entry, with accompanying exegesis

$250 for one highly-commended creative work entry, with accompanying exegesis

 

The best essay and best creative work entries will be mentored for submission for publication in a top quartile journal. All four award-winners will be invited to present their submissions at the 10th ACIS Biennial Conference in Wellington, New Zealand on 7-10 February, 2019. Full conference registration will be paid.

Enquiries:

Dr Malcolm Angelucci: malcolm.angelucci@unimelb.edu.au

Dr Catherine Dewhirst: catherine.dewhirst@usq.edu.au

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