THE ÖMER LÜTFI
BARKAN ARTICLE PRIZE
A biennial prize awarded in odd-numbered years for the best article in the area of Turkish and Ottoman studies published in the previous two-year period, sponsored by the Turkish Studies Association with the generous support of the M. Münir Ertegün Foundation.
Nominations may be made by the author, colleagues, publisher, or friends. Applicants must submit the following in an email:
- The recommender’s name, address and e-mail
- The address, phone number, and e-mail of the author
- An electronic copy (as a pdf) of the article should be attached
- Deadline: Nominations must be sent by April 15, 2013.
- Materials should be emailed to Dr. Christine Philliou at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Award: $300
THE SYDNEY N. FISHER GRADUATE STUDENT PAPER PRIZE
An annual prize for the best paper in Turkish or Ottoman studies written by a graduate student in Turkish or Ottoman studies during the preceding academic year (i.e., 2012-13 for the award given in 2013), sponsored by the Turkish Studies Association with the generous support of the M. Münir Ertegün Foundation. The winning paper will be considered for publication in the TURKISH STUDIES ASSOCIATION JOURNAL.
Applicants must submit the following as attachments to an email:
- Submit one electronic copy (as a pdf) of the paper
- The address, phone number, and e-mail of the author
- The name and address of the author's academic advisor
- Deadline: Materials must be sent by June 15, 2013.
- Materials should be emailed to Dr. Nicole Watts at email@example.com.
- Award: $200
THE JAMES W. REDHOUSE STUDENT PRIZE COMPETITION FOR BEST
PROGRESS IN THE TURKISH LANGUAGE
In recognition of the students who have made the best progress in Turkish in the academic year, prizes are awarded annually to students in each of four regions of the United States and Canada as determined by area coordinators and a committee composed of members of the American Association of Teachers of Turkic Languages. Any student (graduate or undergraduate) who has completed a full one-year course at any level of modern or Ottoman Turkish at a university offering such courses in its regular program may be nominated. Submit nominations to the AATT Secretariat.
This prize is organized and adjudicated by the AATT, funded currently by the Ertegün Foundation at Princeton University. The executive secretary of the AATT informs the TSA board of winners and announces the winners at the TSA annual meeting. For more information, see the AATT website announcement about this award: http://www.aatturkic.org/default.asp?parentID=123688
- Award: $100 each for up to four winners
- Deadline: Nominations must be postmarked no later than June 15, 2013.
HALİDE EDİP ADIVAR SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION
This scholarship is awarded annually by TSA from a separate fund. The aim of the Adivar Scholarship is to introduce to Turkey students who have not had extensive prior experience in Turkey or Turkish studies. This $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a qualified undergraduate in any discipline in support of travel to Turkey for the purpose of study or research. The successful applicant may use the scholarship to support participation in a Turkish language program or a work internship, or for study or research in Turkish culture and society. A scholarship applicant must be currently enrolled in a degree program at an institution of higher education and must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States or Canada.
The winner must make use of the award within a twelve month period, beginning the summer after the award is granted. Thus, a scholarship awarded in March 2013 is to be used in the summer of 2013 or the 2013-2014 academic year. Applicants need to submit the following as one attachment to an email:
- Statement of Purpose: To include how the applicant intends to use the scholarship and how the experience ties into his or her academic experience and goals;
- Curriculum Vitae
- Academic Transcript: One scanned electronic copy
- Letters of Recommendation: Two letters of recommendation. The recommenders should address the letters to the Adivar Selection Committee and send them directly to Dr. Brian Silverstein via email.
- * NOTE* A signed, sealed copy of the academic transcript must also be mailed to Dr. Brian Silverstein and postmarked by April 1, 2013.
Deadline for 2013: 1 April 2013
All nominations and submittals should be sent electronically to: Dr. Brian Silverstein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The academic transcript should be mailed to this address:
Dr. Brian Silverstein
School of Anthropology
University of Arizona
P.O. Box 210030
Tucson, AZ 85721-0030
M. FUAT KÖPRÜLÜ BOOK PRIZE
An annual prize awarded for the best book in the area of Turkish and Ottoman studies published in the previous year (with a copyright date of 2012), sponsored by the Turkish Studies Association with the generous support of the M. Münir Ertegün Foundation.
Nominations may be made by the author, colleagues, publisher, or friends.
Three copies of the nominated book should be provided, along with:
The address, phone number, and e-mail of the author;
And an addressed postcard for acknowledgment of receipt.
Submit nominations to:
Dr. Şükrü Hanioğlu
Köprülü Book Prize Committee Chair
Professor and Department Chair
Near Eastern Studies Department
110 Jones Hall
Princeton, New Jersey 08544-1008
Nominations must be postmarked no later than: April 15, 2013.
Past Köprülü Book Prize winners and their books