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[ecrea] Randy Martin Prize: Call for Nominations and Applications

Sun Apr 12 11:19:42 GMT 2015

  Prizes and Grants

*Randy Martin Prize: Call for Nominations and Applications*

The Cultural Studies Association is pleased to announce the creation of
the Randy Martin Prize for the Best Student Paper presented at the
annual CSA conference.  The Prize Committee is: Toby Miller (chair),
Angela McRobbie, Barbara Foley, and Bruce Burgett. Competition for the
2015 Randy Martin Prize is now open to student members of the Cultural
Studies Association who have had papers accepted for the 2015 annual
meeting. The winner will be announced at the annual meeting of the
Cultural Studies Association, on *Friday, May 22, 2015.*

The Randy Martin Prize includes a certificate and $500.00 in cash, plus
free conference registration. The winning paper may deal with any aspect
of cultural studies, but should reflect the robust interdisciplinary
perspective and historical materialist approach so central to the
scholarship of the late Randy Martin. The paper must also represent
original work not previously presented or published. *The winning author
must be a member of the Association.*

*_Submissions for 2015_*

Applications materials must reach the CSA by *April 15, 2015*,
preferably by email to: (RandyMartinPrize /at/
<mailto:(RandyMartinPrize /at/> with the

Applications will also be accepted by mail: Cultural Studies
Association, Administrative Office, 3333 York Lane, Island Lake, IL
60042; or by fax at 1-800-519-6057 <file:///tel/1-800-519-6057>.

Each application should be in the form of a single PDF and include the

1- A cover letter with author's name, institutional affiliation, paper
title (as it will appear on the conference program schedule), and
contact information;

2- A copy of the email or letter notifying the candidate that their
paper has been accepted for inclusion in the 2015 CSA Conference Program
Schedule; and

3- The paper, which should be 10-12 type written pages or about 3,500
words, including citations and notes.

Contributions other than traditional conference papers are also welcome.
  For proof of student status, applicants should send a copy of their
student ID, a link to a university webpage listing them as a student, or
some other proof that they are a current student.

*Late Applications will not be accepted.*


Jaafar Aksikas, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Cultural Studies,
Cultural Studies Program
Humanities, History, & Social Sciences
Columbia College Chicago
624 S Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605, USA

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