Critical Studies on Security - Early Career Outstanding Research Article Award

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Early Career Outstanding Research Article Award

Critical Studies on Security

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About the prize

Critical Studies on Security, with Taylor & Francis, has established the Early Career Outstanding Research Article Award to recognize and celebrate outstanding research within the journal’s aims and scope produced by early career researchers. One recipient will be selected annually by a panel convened by the editors. All applicants will receive written feedback. The Award recipient will receive a prize in the amount of £400 and will be recognized at the journal’s annual meeting as well as by special announcement in Critical Studies in Security.

Eligibility: Open to doctoral students nearing the completions of their degree and researchers with five years or less of active research experience (recognizing some applicants might have experienced career interruptions), since the awarding of their PhD. Recipients must be sole author of a regular research article accepted for publication through the journal’s regular submission and review process (year of award eligibility is determined by date of online publication). Please see instructions for authors at:

Applications: After submitting through the journal’s regular submission portal, eligible authors may apply for the award by email to [email protected] confirming eligibility as outlined above, including, if relevant, the date of awarding of PhD and declaration of career interruption. Please indicate ‘ECR Award’ in the subject line.

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