[SydPhil] AAP - Annette Baier Prize for Women in Philosophy - Call for Entries
administrativeofficer at aap.org.au
Tue Dec 19 14:58:01 AEDT 2017
*AAP Annette Baier Prize – Call for Entries*
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.
The prize was first awarded in 2016 to Monima Chadha (Monash University)
and then in 2017 to Miriam Bankovsky (La Trobe University).
The prize will be awarded during the Presidential Address at the annual AAP
conference in July.
This Prize is sponsored by Taylor and Francis, publisher of the
Australasian Journal of Philosophy and the Australasian Philosophical
*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
· Clarity of expression
The AAP invites entries/nominations for female professional philosophers
who are actively engaged in an Australasian higher education and/or
research institution. Entries/nominations may come from the author or from
others. Entries must appear in print (or in final form if the publication
is online only) in *2017* to be eligible. The prize is open to published
papers or book chapters (i.e. chapters in edited anthologies) in any area
The closing date for entries is *28th February 2018 at midnight AEDT*.
Please note: late entries will not be accepted.
Entries should be *submitted online* through the form available here:
Further information about the AAP Annette Baier Prize, including conditions
of entry, can be found on the same page.
The AAP reserves the right not to award the prize in any given year if a
suitable candidate is not nominated.
For general enquiries relating to the AAP Annette Baier Prize, please
contact Chris Lawless: administrativeoofficer at aap.org.au <ao at aap.org.au>
Australasian Association of Philosophy
ABN 29 152 892 272
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