ISAZ/IAHAIO 2013 DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR AWARD
The prize, in the amount of $2,000, will be awarded to an individual scholar in recognition of a corpus of published work (books, journal articles, and/or book chapters) that is judged to have made a particularly significant or scholarly contribution to our understanding of human-animal interactions and relationships.
Eligible work(s) will have been published during the years between October 1, 2009 and November 30, 2012 inclusive. Material published, or due to be published, outside of this time period will be considered ineligible. Deadline for submissions of nominations is November 30, 2012.
All submission materials should be sent electronically (as doc or pdf documents) via e-mail to Andrea Beetz: email@example.com)
Nominations for the award MUST include the following:
1. A formal letter of nomination by a person (other than the nominee) or organization familiar with the candidate’s work describing the value and importance of the publication(s) being submitted in support of the nomination. The letter must also include a clear statement confirming the candidate’s willingness to be nominated for the Award.
2. Legible copies of all articles or book chapters submitted in support of the nomination. In case of a book, only the title page (front and back), table of contents, and dust-jacket synopsis should be submitted initially (short listed candidates may be asked to provide complete copies of books at a later stage, if necessary). Additional materials, such as published reviews of a book, may also be submitted in support of nominations.
3. A copy of the candidate’s curriculum vitae.