Sunday, 15 January 2012

New Dölger-Prize for an essay in Early Christian Art and Epigraphy

The BARDA project on 'Early Christian Iconography and Epigraphy - beyond Dölger',
supported by the British Academy,, together with the King's Patristic Seminar
offer an annual prize of £500 for the best essay submitted on
a subject connected with any aspect of early Christian Iconography and Epigraphy,
including the first seven centuries AD/CE. Scholars in any
relevant discipline (art history, theology, classics, late antique studies, Middle
Eastern studies, philosophy 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 should be submitted by 31
May. A judgement will be made at the end of June 2012
(the project reserves 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 Studia Patristica (2013). Other submissions entered
into the competition may also be recommended for publication. All essays
should be sent as electronic word-documents - using the SP style guide -,

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