EASA is pleased to offer members the possibility to win an anthropology book prize worth €5000.
The rules are as follows:
- The European Association of Social Anthropology (EASA) offers a prize for an unpublished work on any anthropological topic.
- The prize shall be € 5000, paid to the winner's bank account immediately after the prize winner is announced. The winner is responsible for any tax that this prize may attract. If no suitable entry is submitted, EASA reserves the right not to offer a prize.
- Manuscripts should between 80-100,000 words long (including appendices, references, bibliography and any other apparatus), be in English, and submitted to the EASA book editor, James Carrier (jgc(AT)jgcarrier.demon.co.uk) in electronic form.
- The competition is open to any paid-up EASA member.
- The closing date for submissions is midnight 30th September 2011. The winner will be announced at the Members' forum in Nanterre EASA conference, July 2012.
- In submitting a work to the competition, the submitter undertakes that the work is all their own, that it is unpublished, and that if they win the prize, they will allow the work to be considered by Berghahn, EASA's publisher, for publication by EASA in their series in the normal way, and that there is no impediment copyright or otherwise to its being published should it be accepted by Berghahn.
- Any royalties ensuing from the publication go to EASA.
- Manuscripts submitted to the competition will be evaluated by the series editor with the assistance of an expert committee formed by him for this purpose, and a recommendation made to the Executive Committee.
- Members of the Executive Committee and other current EASA office holders are not eligible to enter the competition.
- In the event of an occurrence outside EASA's control (such as an international emergency, war or similar), EASA reserves the right to vary these conditions.