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    To celebrate the work and and achievements of our colleagues in the political science discipline, the ECPR awards nine prizes, either on an annual or biennial basis: from the Jean Blondel PhD Prize for the most outstanding thesis presented at an ECPR institution, to the Lifetime Achievement Award, to those whose work has contributed significantly to the furtherment of the discipline.

     

    Below is a list of ECPR Prizes that are currently open for nomination:

     

     

     

    Gender and Politics PhD Prize

     

    The Gender and Politics PhD Prize is awarded biennially for an outstanding PhD dissertation in the field of gender and politics, including gender and/or sexuality studies perspectives in political science, international relations, political philosophy, public policy and public administration. The Prize is endowed with €500 and presented at the biennial ECPG Conference. To find out more about the nomination procedure, please click here. The deadline for nominations for the 2015 Prize is 28 November 2014


    Jean Blondel PhD Prize

     

    The Jean Blondel PhD Prize is awarded for the best thesis in politics (broadly conceived to include International Relations, Political Theory and Public Administration) that could potentially be published as a book within the ECPR Press' Monographs series. The Prize will be presented at the 2016 Joint Sessions of Workshops. To find out more about the nomination procedure, please click hereThe deadline for nominations for the 2015 Prize is 2 February 2015


    Stein Rokkan Prize 

     

    The Stein Rokkan Prize is given to a submission that is deemed to be a very substantial and original contribution to comparative social science research. The Prize is endowed with US$5,000 and presented at the ISSC Award Ceremony. To find out more about the nomination procedure, please click here. The deadline for nominations for the 2015 Prize is 15 February 2015


    Mattei Dogan Foundation Prize

     

    The Mattei Dogan Foundation Prize in European Political Sociology is awarded for a major contribution to the advancement of political sociology. This Prize is endowed with US$3,000, and will be presented at the 2015 General Conference. To find out more about the nomination procedure, please click hereThe deadline for nominations for the 2015 Prize is 1 March 2015


    Lifetime Achievement Award

    The Lifetime Achievement Award is presented on a biennial basis to a scholar who has made an outstanding contribution to European political science. The Award is endowed with €5,000, and will be presented at the 2015 General Conference. To find out more about the nomination procedure, please click here. The deadline for nominations for the 2015 Prize is 15 March 2015

     

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