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EAAS Rob Kroes Publication Award
October 20, 2014
The award is named for Rob Kroes, who served as Treasurer (1976–1988) and President (1992–1996) of EAAS. For many years, Rob Kroes also edited the series European Contributions to American Studies, where the EAAS Biennial Conference volumes appeared from 1980 to 2006.
The competition is open to all members of the twenty-two national and joint-national American Studies organizations in EAAS (see http://www.eaas.eu/about-eaas/constituent-members).
EAAS defines “American Studies” broadly. To be eligible, a manuscript should be in the fields of literary, cultural, political or historical studies. Interdisciplinary studies are also welcome. All entries should be concerned with phenomena or events that focus on what is now the United States of America. We welcome comparative and international studies that fall within these guidelines. To be considered, manuscripts should be between 200 and 300 (maximum) pages long in total with introduction and bibliography included. Style to be used: MLA.
Authors of eligible manuscripts are invited to nominate their work. The organisers urge scholars who know of eligible manuscripts written by others to inform those authors of the opportunity. The award is open to authors of English-language manuscripts only. Entrants are requested to write an 1-2 page précis or abstract explaining why the manuscript is a significant and original contribution to American Studies.
The winning work will be published in the series European Views of the United States (Universitätsverlag Winter, Heidelberg) at no cost to the author. The author will be expected to clear any copyright issues and provide the publisher with a camera-ready manuscript or PDF file. Instructions will be provided by the publisher.
Please submit a pdf-version of your manuscript, with the brief essay, to the EAAS Secretary-General, Dr. Tatiani Rapatzikou: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: 20th October 2014