2013 FHHS/JHBS John C. Burnham Early Career Award
The Forum for History of Human Science invites submissions for the John C. Burnham Early Career Award for 2013. This award is intended for scholars, including graduate students, who do not hold a tenured position and are not more than seven years past the Ph.D. Unpublished manuscripts dealing with any aspect of the history of the human sciences are welcome.
The winning article will be announced at the annual History of Science Society meeting, and will be submitted to the Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences with FHHS endorsement, to undergo the regular review process. When the article is accepted for publication, the publisher of JHBS will announce the award and issue a US $500 honorarium. The manuscript cannot be submitted to any other journal and still qualify for this award.
Email manuscript and curriculum vitae (PDF format) by June 30, 2013, to Nadine Weidman (email@example.com)
2013 FHHS Article Prize
The Forum for History of Human Science invites submissions for its biennial prize (a nonmonetary honor) for the best article published recently on some aspect of the history of the human sciences. The winner of the prize is announced at the annual History of Science Society meeting. Winners are publicized in the FHHS Newsletter and in newsletters and journals of several other organizations (HSS and Cheiron, for example).
Entries are encouraged from authors in any discipline, as long as the work is related to the history of the human sciences, broadly construed, and is in English. Eligible articles must have an imprint date from 2010 to 2012 inclusively. Preference will be given to authors who have not won the award previously.Deadline: June 30, 2013. Email PDF version of the article to the FHHS (firstname.lastname@example.org).