2017 Founding Editors’ Awards
Honoring George Dorris and Jack Anderson
Dance Chronicle is currently seeking manuscript submissions for the 2017 Founding Editors’ Awards, honoring George Dorris and Jack Anderson. The purpose of the awards is to encourage the highest quality scholarship in dance history research (broadly defined) among scholars at the early phase of their careers. Entrants must have attained their doctoral degree between July 1, 2014, and July 1, 2017, in order to be considered for the award. The winning author will receive a cash prize of $1,000.00 | Click here for the list of eligibility requirements.
We anticipate making three awards biennially, contingent upon the quality of manuscripts submitted for adjudication. Prizes are as follows:
- First Place: Cash prize of $1,000.00, free subscription to Dance Chronicle for one year, and publication of submitted article in Dance Chronicle.
- Second Place: Free subscription to Dance Chronicle for one year and publication of submitted article in Dance Chronicle.
- Third Place: Publication of submitted article in Dance Chronicle.
Manuscripts should be submitted digitally to the journal’s Editorial Manager site at http://www.editorialmanager.com/dc by August 1, 2017. Each manuscript submission will be vetted for its eligibility based on the published requirements (see above) by the editors. The editors will announce the names of awardees and return results to all entering scholars on December 1, 2017.
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