>Subject: CFP: Essay Prize: Journal of Victorian
>Culture (grad) (6/30/06; journal issue)
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>Journal of Victorian Culture
>Graduate Student Essay Prize
>The Journal of Victorian Culture, one of the leading journals in its
>field, has inaugurated a prize competition for graduate students. The aim
>of the JVC Essay Prize is to promote scholarship among postgraduate
>research students working on the Victorian period in any discipline in the
>UK and abroad. The essay, which must be no longer than 9000 words in
>length (including notes), may be on any aspect of Victorian culture
>appropriate for the scope of the journal (this embraces literature and
>history, including cultural, intellectual, social, political, economic and
>religious history; the history of music, science, technology, medicine,
>theatre and visual culture; historical geography). JVC is, in accordance
>with its remit, particularly keen to encourage essays demonstrating
>interdisciplinary approaches. The essay must not be under consideration
>for publication elsewhere, and should not be submitted to any other
>journal until the outcome of the competition is known. Applicants who are
>completing doctoral degrees are advised to check with their institutions
>any regulations covering the publication of material extracted from their
>theses prior to the submission of the whole thesis.
>Publication of the winning essay in JVC; £100 cash prize, a free yearís
>subscription to JVC.
>Word limit: maximum of 9000 words
>Closing date for submissions to the Editor: 30 June 2007
>The competition will open to anyone currently registered for a higher
>research degree, or is within 3 years of the completion of one. An entry
>form will be available on the JVC website and will require the signature
>of the Academic Supervisor, confirming the entrantís status.
>Entries should be submitted to the journal in the normal manner, but must
>also be accompanied by the downloadable JVC Essay Prize entry form
>(available from the publisherís website). All published essays will be
>subject to the same copyright terms as everything else published in JVC.
>The decision of the judges will be final and no correspondence will be
>considered. There is only one prize and the judges reserve the right to
>award no prize if submitted material is not of an appropriate standard.
>The judges for the prize will be the Editorial Board of the Journal of
>Victorian Culture. The process of selection will, accordingly, fulfil the
>requirements of peer review. The judges reserve the right to recommend
>revisions to the prize-winning essay prior to publication.
>Editorial Assistant, Journal of Victorian Culture
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Editor: Stefani Engelstein
Assistant Editor: Megan McKinstry
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