[SydPhil] AAP Annette Baier Prize- reminder, call for nominations

Eliza Goddard elizagoddard at aap.org.au
Mon Feb 6 09:06:21 AEDT 2017

The Australasian Association of Philosophy (AAP) offers an annual prize of
$500 for an outstanding philosophical paper or book chapter published by an
Australasian woman during the previous calendar year.

Criteria of evaluation

The sole criterion for the prize is philosophical merit.

The judging panel will consider and score entries on:

   - Overall impression of merit
   - Originality
   - Scholarship
   - Clarity of expression


Papers must be nominated to be considered for the prize. Nominations may be
made by the author or by someone else. Entries must appear in print (or in
final form if the publication is online only) in the year previous to the
prize award. The prize is open to published papers or book chapters (i.e.
chapters in edited anthologies) in any area of philosophy.

The prize is open to female professional philosophers who are actively
engaged in an Australasian higher education and/or research institution. The
prize was first awarded in 2016 to Monima Chadha (Monash University).

Entries/nominations for pieces published in *2016* should be in electronic
copy and must be received by the Executive Officer
<http://aap.org.au/about/contact> no later than *28th February** 2017*.

The application should include:

Entries should be received in electronic copy and include:

   - A completed nomination form
   - A PDF copy of the nominated piece in its published form
   - Full citation details

For further information about the AAP Annette Baier Paper Prize, including
a nomination form, see: http://aap.org.au/prizes/annettebaierprize

Dr Eliza Goddard
Executive Officer, Australasian Association of Philosophy

GPO BOX 1978, Hobart 7001, Australia

ACN 152 892 272
ABN 29 152 892 272
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