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Prix Robert W. and Jessie Cox de l’International Studies Association


Established in 1997, the International Studies Association Robert W. and Jessie Cox Award honors the best graduate student paper of critical inquiry into international relations. The purpose of the prize is to encourage critical study of international political economy, world orders, and civilizations. Papers submitted should relate, broadly, to the main normative principles for which the Coxes stand, including : diffusion of power ; democratization ; mutual respect for distinct civilizations, concern for the biosphere ; and, greater equality among societies, genders, and races. The winner will receive a $500.00 cash prize and a plaque at the awards presentations at the annual ISA conference in Montreal in March 2011.

DEADLINE AND SUBMISSION PROCEDURES :

The deadline for submissions is 1 October 2010. All submissions should be sent electronically to Committee Chair Adam Harmes at : aharmes@uwo.ca

Graduate students are invited to submit their papers for the competition themselves. In addition, department chairs, program directors, deans, chairs of sessions at ISA annual or regional meetings, or from chairs of sessions at other meetings of international studies associations are invited and encouraged to nominate submissions.

ELIGIBILITY :

To be eligible for the award, submitted papers must :

- be in English

- be submitted in Microsoft Word format

- include a title page with name, institutional affiliation, email and the total word count

- not exceed 10,000 words for the total paper (the word count includes title, notes and references)

- not be considered for any other ISA award

- not be accepted for publication as of the submission deadline

- be authored by graduate students who have not received their PhD as of the submission deadline

- relate, broadly, to the main normative principles for which the Coxes stand, including : diffusion of power ; democratization ; mutual respect for distinct civilizations, concern for the biosphere ; and, greater equality among societies, genders, and races

- while paper submitters are encouraged to attend the 2011 ISA conference, this is NOT a condition of eligibility

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