The Association seeks the submission of outstanding work from a wide variety of perspectives, including but not limited to law and cultural studies, legal hermeneutics and rhetoric, law and literature, law and psychoanalysis, law and visual studies, legal history, legal theory and jurisprudence. Scholars completing humanities-oriented dissertations in SJD and related programs, as well as those earning PhDs, are encouraged to submit their work. Applicants eligible for the 2013 award must have defended their dissertations successfully between September 1, 2011 and August 31, 2012.
The deadline for nominations for the 2013 award is November 1, 2012.
On or before that date, each nominee must submit the following:
1) a letter by the nominee detailing the genesis, goal, and contribution of the dissertation;
2) a letter of support from a faculty member familiar with the work;
3) an abstract, outline, and selected chapter of the dissertation;
4) contact information for the nominee.
All materials should be sent to: Cheryl Suzack, firstname.lastname@example.org
Award finalists will be notified by December 1, 2012. Finalists must then submit an electronic version of the entire dissertation. The winner will be determined by early February and invited to the 2013 ASLCH annual meeting in London. ASLCH will pay travel and lodging costs.
Questions should be addressed to Cheryl Suzack, email@example.com