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PRIZES / PREMIOS / PRÊMIOS

Lesbian and Gay: Gregory Sprague Prize, Audre Lorde Prize

Synopsis: The sponsor awards the Gregory Sprague Prize for an outstanding paper or chapter on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgendered, transsexual, and/or queer history written in English by a graduate student at a North American institution. Papers and chapters written in 2004 or 2005 are eligible.

Deadline: 12/30/2005

Established Date: 04/15/2003

Follow-Up Date: 10/01/2007

Review Date: 09/14/2005

Contact: Leisa D. Meyer, Director of Women's Studies

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Program URL:

http://www.usc.edu/isd/archives/clgh/Prizes/announce06.html

Tel: 757-221-3737

Materials may be submitted by students, faculty, authors, readers, editors, or publishers. Self-nominations are encouraged.

 Audre Lorde Prize

Sponsor: Committee on Lesbian and Gay History

Synopsis: The sponsor awards the Audre Lorde Prize for an outstanding article on lesbian, gay, bissexual, transgendered, transsexual, and/or queer history written in English by a North American. Articles published in 2004 or 2005 are eligible.

Deadline: 12/30/2005

Established Date: 04/15/2003

Follow-Up Date: 10/01/2007

Review Date: 09/14/2005

Contact: Leisa D. Meyer, Director of Women's Studies

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Program URL:

http://www.usc.edu/isd/archives/clgh/Prizes/announce06.html

Tel: 757-221-3737

DEADLINE NOTE: This award is awarded in even-numbered years.

Symonds Prize : Studies in Gender and Sexuality

The Editors of Studies in Gender and Sexuality, through the generosity of the Alexandra and Martin Symonds Foundation, announce a competition for the best essay on a topic related to issues of gender, sexuality, or both.

The essay may engage clinical or theoretical questions. The writer may be new or seasoned. The topic may be cutting-edge or devoted to any of the time-honored problems in psychoanalysis. Examples of topics under consideration for future issues of SGS include:

Gender in the work place, everyday life, and politics

Sex, gender, and clinical considerations

Gender and sex in contemporary cinema or theater, literature or art

Sex and food

Gay marriage and civil unión

Race, sex, gender in the clinical encounter and in cultural representation

The materiality of sex: from sex toys to who does what with whom

Seduction and consent

Gender and sexuality in disability or illness

Gender and prisons

A cultural studies approach to pornography

A cultural studies approach to recent television ("The Real World," "The L Word"…)

Torture, war crimes, and gender (Abu Ghraib, Rwanda…)

Gender, sexuality and the history of psychoanalysis

Abortion politics and reproductive rights

In the spirit of the journal's mandate, we are interested in essays that vary in form and content. Submission could include papers that are multidisciplinary. We are open to orthodoxy and heterodoxy—even to their combinations.

The contest will be judged by members of the journal's Editorial Board. The winner of the Symonds Prize will receive $500, and the essay will be published in the journal.

Submissions should be sent to:

Martha Hadley, Ph.D., Executive Editor

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Deadline: June 1, 2006

http://www.analyticpress.com/sgs.html

 

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