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The Cambridge Philological Society Prize 2019 and 2020

last modified Jun 27, 2018 09:22 AM
The Cambridge Philological Society is pleased to announce the establishment of a prize for the best submitted article by a graduate student or early-career researcher.

The Council of the Cambridge Philological Society has agreed to establish an annual prize competition for the best submitted article under 10,000 words by a graduate student or early-career researcher, with £1,000 awarded to the winner. The winner will also have their article published in the Society's journal, the Cambridge Classical Journal.

Eligible submissions will fall within one or more area(s) in Classical Studies chosen annually by the Council. For 2019 (that is for publication in CCJ vol. 65) and 2020 (that is for publication in CCJ vol. 66), these will be Classical Archaeology and/or Ancient History.

The regulations for the competition may be consulted HERE.

The closing date for submissions for 2019 is 15 January 2019 and for 2020 is 15 January 2020.

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