SISP Prizes – Calls for Applications

Prize C. M. Santoro 

Applications are open for the prize C.M. Santoro for the best paper presented at the  SISP Online Conference 2021 by a non-incardinated SISP member. The papers that compete for the award of the prize can be reported by the convenors of the various sections in which the annual conference was divided, by the panel chairs or by an incardinated SISP member by writing to the Secretariat no later than 31 December 2021. The prize is € 500.00. Are excluded from participation those who presented the paper at the 2021 conference without being a member of the SISP.

The name of the winner will be announced during the next SISP Conference, in September 2022.

Prize Luigi Bobbio 

The call is open for the new Luigi Bobbio SISP award for the best paper based on original field research, presented at the 2021 Online Conference by a SISP member. The papers that contribute to the awarding of the Prize (equal to € 500) can be reported by the convenors of the various sections in which the annual conference was divided, by the panel chairs or by an incardinated SISP member by writing to the Secretariat no later than 31 December 2021. Those who have presented the paper at the 2021 conference without being members of the SISP are excluded from participation.

The name of the winner will be announced during the next SISP Conference, in September 2022.

Prize Elinor Ostrom 

Promoted by the Standing Group SISP ‘METRISP’, the Elinor Ostrom award rewards the paper with the best research design, presented at the Online Conference 2021 by a SISP member. The papers that contribute to the awarding of the Prize (equal to € 500) can be reported by the convenors of the various sections in which the annual conference was divided, by the panel chairs or by an incardinated SISP member by writing to the Secretariat no later than 31 December 2021. Those who have presented the paper at the 2021 conference without being members of the SISP are excluded from participation.

The name of the winner will be announced during the next SISP Conference, in September 2022.

Prize Grilli di Cortona

The call for the biennial P. Grilli di Cortona Award (2020-2021) is now open for the best book written by a SISP member aged between 18 and 39 at the time of publication of the book.

You can compete for the award of the aforementioned prize (equal to € 2,000.00) by sending to the SISP Secretariat no later than 31 December 2021, three copies of your work, only if published during the years 2020 or 2021, together with the copy of their valid Identity Document. Are excluded from participation those who, at the time of publication of the work, were not members of the SISP.

The name of the winner and the judgment of the Evaluation Committee will be publicly disclosed during the next Annual Assembly, in the context of the Conference SISP 2022.

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