Srinivas Aravamudan Prize - Deadline 1 January 2022
The Srinivas Aravamudan Prize goes to the author of an article published in the previous year that pushes the boundaries, geographical and conceptual, of eighteenth-century studies, especially by using a transnational, comparative, or cosmopolitan approach. It carries an award of $250.
The article should be no longer than 15,000 words.
The article must have been published in a journal or any peer-reviewed publication between July 2020 and June 2021.
The article may be nominated by a member of the society, by its author, or by an editor of the publishing journal.
Nominations must be submitted in .pdf format and received no later than 1 January 2022.
Normally, submissions for the Aravamudan prize are in English. Works written in languages other than English are permitted, but it may not be possible for the prize committee to assess these works. Please contact the Business Office for further information.
The author must be a member of the ASECS at the time of submission.
To submit an article for consideration, upload it as a pdf through this Google Form.Please note, you must be logged into a Google account to upload an attachment to a Google Form. Any questions should be directed to this year's committee chair, Prof. James Mulholland, firstname.lastname@example.org.
2021–2022 Srinivas Aravamudan Prize Committee
Chair: James Mulholland, North Carolina State University, 2020 winner
Suvir Kaul, University of Pennsylvania
Mary McAlpin, University of Tennessee
Chloe Wigston Smith, University of York (UK)