Sunday, 15 January 2012

JEH Eusebius Prize 2011 and 2012

Matthew Crawford was awarded the 2011 Eusebius Prize

The Editors and Editorial Board of the Journal of Ecclesiastical History
warmly congratulate Matthew Crawford on the award of the 2011 Eusebius
Prize for his essay 'On the Diversity and Influence of the Eusebian
Alliance: the case of Theodore of Heraclea'.

The Journal offers an annual prize of £500 for the best essay submitted on
a subject connected with any aspect of early Christian history, broadly
understood as including the first seven centuries AD/CE. Scholars in any
relevant discipline (theology, classics, late antique studies, Middle
Eastern studies, etc), whether established in their field or graduate
students, are encouraged to enter the competition. Essays should not exceed
8,000 words including footnotes, and for 2012 should be submitted by 30
September. A judgement will be made at the end of November of the same year
(the editors reserve the right not to award the prize if no essay of
significant quality is submitted). The essay of the successful candidate
will be published in the Journal, probably in the number appearing in July
2013. Other submissions entered into the competition may also be
recommended for publication. All essays should be sent as two hard copies,
prepared to journal style, to Mrs Anne Waites, Journal of Ecclesiastical
History, Robinson College, Cambridge CB3 9AN

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