The European Network in Universal and Global History (ENIUGH) proudly announces the Walter Markov Prize 2021 and calls for applications.
The prize honours an outstanding PhD- or MA-thesis that contributes to the
research fields of Walter Markov, especially the comparative exploration of
revolutions; social movements and decolonisation processes in Africa, Asia,
and Latin America; historiographical traditions in various national contexts,
and academic internationalisation in the course of the 20th century.
Papers that are submitted for the Walter-Markov-Prize are expected to take
a global perspective on its subject, either by addressing it from a comparative
point of view, by examining processes of cultural transfers, or by seeking to
understand the entanglements of various spatial frameworks.
The successful applicant will receive € 1,500 which is meant to support the
publication of his / her research.
The jury will consider manuscripts (in German, English, or French) that had
been submitted to the respective institution after January 2019. Applicants
should submit their manuscripts, a summarizing abstract of 250 words and a
brief CV electronically and as one PDF file to: firstname.lastname@example.org. The
deadline for submissions is 30 April 2021.
Female candidates are highly encouraged.
Here you can find the full Call for Applications as pdf.