Association for Art History | Dissertation Prize 2019
UNDERGRADUATE & POSTGRADUATE PRIZES
We are currently calling for Undergraduate Dissertation Prize applications.
This prize is for undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations in art history or visual culture.
The Association for Art History Dissertation Prize is awarded each year. There are two awards: one for undergraduate dissertations and one for postgraduate (Master’s-level) dissertations. The 2019 prize is for dissertations written during the 2018-19 academic year. The authors of the winning entry will receive:
• £50 worth of book tokens
• Association for Art History student membership for one year
• Complimentary ticket to the 2020 Annual Conference in Newcastle
• Publication of a 300-word abstract of the winning entry online and in newsletter
• Your prize will be formally awarded at the Annual Conference
We support a broad an inclusive art history, and therefore particularly welcome submissions from Fine Art and Design students, as well as students undertaking degrees in Museums and Gallery Studies or Curating.
You can download the guidelines and entry forms below (if you have already submitted using the previous forms that’s fine, you do not need to resubmit).
Call for Postgraduate Dissertation Prize applications
If you would like to apply or nominate a student, the details for this year’s application periods please email us your completed forms by the deadlines shown below.
Postgraduate submission deadline: 1 December 2019 – extended to 6 January 2020.
Dissertation Prizes are assessed and shortlisted by our Doctoral and Early Career Research (DECR) Network Project Board. The shortlisted and winning essays will be announced in February 2020 and presented at the 2020 Annual Conference in Newcastle.