Though the winners will be announced next year, the Division of History of Science and Technology (IUHPST/DHST) is already inviting submissions for its ‘2023 Dissertation Prize’ in history of science and technology.
The Division of History of Science and Technology (IUHPST/DHST) invites submissions to its Dissertation prize in the broad field of the history of science and technology. The Award Committee endeavors to maintain the broadest coverage of subjects, geographical areas, chronology, and civilizations (African, North American, South American, Asian, Islamic, Western and Ancient Civilizations, and others not included in this list).
Applications open 10 July 2022 and close 1 October 2022 (22:00, GMT). The announcement of prize winners will be in early 2023.
Documents for applications
In order to apply, the following pdf documents should be sent by mail to DHST president Marcos Cueto (email@example.com):
– The dissertation. Submissions in any language are welcome.
– A summary of the dissertation in English (maximum 20 double-spaced pages)
– A recommendation letter from the PhD supervisor (at most 3 pages) assessing the dissertation and its historiographical significance. The letter is confidential and should be sent separately by the supervisor.
E-mails accompanying documents
The e-mails accompanying these documents should specify in the subject line: ‘DHST Dissertation Prize-2023” followed by the last name of the candidate as in: ‘DHST Dissertation Prize-2023-Last Name’.
Also, a list of previous winners and their projects may be found on the DHST web page at: http://dhstweb.org/awards/dhst-dissertation-prize
More information can be found at the following link: http://dhstweb.org/2023-dissertation-prize-call
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