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Hedley Bull Prize in International Relations

Nomination Procedure

The prize is open to political science scholars. To be eligible for consideration, the author(s) must belong to an ECPR member institution.

ECPR Executive Committee members and the Director cannot be nominated.

Nominations by a colleague/colleagues from another ECPR member institution than the suggested author(s) are possible.
Self nominations are not allowed.
Nominations from publishers are not allowed.

The work has to be a published monograph. Edited volumes are not eligible. Entries must be published in the two years before the year of award (i.e. between 2017 and 2018, for the 2019 prize application).

Submissions must include:

  • The name of the person who makes the nomination
  • A one-page letter providing a brief rationale for the nomination of the book
  • The book (as pdf file)
  • Reviews if available

Nominations for the 2020 prize will be welcomed from 16 October 2019.  These should be sent to Marcia Taylor no later than midnight on Friday 28 February 2020. Submissions received after this date will not be accepted.

Applications will be reviewed by a jury comprised of the Convenors of the ECPR Standing Group on International Relations (SGIR), Critical Peace and Conflict Studies, Human Rights and Transitional Justice, International Political Theory, and two of the Executive Committee of the ECPR.

The 2019 prize jury was (2020 jury to be confirmed)

Mary Farrell ECPR Executive Committee Member (Chair)
Maurizio Carbone ECPR Executive Committee Member
Dirk De Bièvre nominated convenor of the Standing Group of International Relations
Gëzim Visoka nominated member of the Standing Group on Critical Peace and Conflict Studies
Briony Jones nominated convenor of the Standing Group on Human Rights and Transitional Justice
Peter Niesen nominated convenor of the Standing Group on International Political Theory

Announcement of the 2020 prize winner(s) and information about the Award Ceremony

The Jury's decision will be announced by early July 2020. The prizewinner(s) will be invited to attend an Award Ceremony at the ECPR General Conference in Innsbruck in August 2020. Reasonable travel costs and two nights' accommodation are covered by ECPR.

Please forward any further queries to Marcia Taylor at the ECPR.

 


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