To support the pioneering research contributions of the next generation of scholars of eighteenth-century studies, this prize recognizes an outstanding research essay of 15-30 pages that has not been previously published.
The award will be presented at the Annual Meeting and the winner will receive $200.
In order to be eligible for this award, applicants must be Graduate Student members of ASECS at the time of submission. To submit an essay for consideration:
1) Upload a copy of the essay in Word or .pdf format, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2) A letter of endorsement from a mentoring professor that outlines the original contributions that the essay makes to the field of eighteenth-century studies, should be sent to the committee chair.
All materials must be received by January 1, 2023
> Annibel Jenkins Biography Prize
> Graduate Student Caucus Excellence in Mentorship Award
> Graduate Student Conference Paper Prize
> Graduate Student Research Essay Prize
> Hans Turley Prize in Queer Eighteenth-Century Studies
> Innovative Course Design Competition
> James L. Clifford Prize
> Louis Gottschalk Prize
> Presidential Award for Service
> Race and Empire Caucus Graduate Student Essay Prize
> Shirley Bill Fund
> Srinivas Aravamudan Prize
> Theatre and Performance Studies Graduate Student Essay Prize
> Women’s Caucus – Catherine Macaulay Graduate Student Prize
Research Fellowships and Travel Awards
> ASECS Travel Grants
> Library Fellowships
> A.C. Elias, Jr. Irish-American Research Travel Fellowship
> Daiches-Manning Memorial Fellowship in Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies
> Mary D. Sheriff Research and Travel Prize
> Women’s Caucus – Editing and Translation Fellowship
> Women’s Caucus – Émilie Du Châtelet Award
> Women’s Caucus Intersectional Prize
Annual Meeting Awards
> Non-Tenure Track Faculty (NTTF) Fund
> Traveling Jam Pot
> Arts, Music and Theater (AMT) Fund