The Podgòrecki Prize
The ISA Research Committee on the Sociology of Law established the Podgòrecki Prize in 2004, to honour the memory of Adam Podgòrecki, the founding father of RCSL and a leading figure within the international sociological community.
The Prize Committee awards the prize annually for outstanding achievements in socio-legal research, in alternate years for either distinguished and outstanding lifetime achievements, or outstanding scholarship of a socio-legal researcher at an earlier stage of his or her career.
The prize for emerging socio-legal scholars will be a commemorative certificate and a money prize, to honour and encourage colleagues that have yet to leave a mark on the international level of production of socio-legal research but who have published one or more significant works within no later than 10 years of his or her doctorate. Publications can be in any language. For works in languages other than those familiar to the Prize Committee, the nominations should give some indication of the value of the work and provide selected translations. To consider works in less well-known languages, the Prize Committee can co-opt and consult other members of the research committee.
General information about the prize and the Podgòrecki Prize rules can be found at:
PODGÒRECKI PRIZE 2020: CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
The ISA RCSL Jury Committee for the Podgòrecki Prize calls for nominations for the Prize for emerging socio-legal scholars who have published one or more significant works within no later than 10 year of his or her doctorate.
Nominations require the support of at least two members of the RCSL, and should include the candidate’s CV and a brief letter of support signed by the nominators. Members of the Prize Jury are not allowed to sign as nominators. It is desirable, but not essential, that nominees are members of RCSL. Previous nominees may be re-nominated in this 2020 round, with updated letters and CVs. The Jury does not have access to previous correspondence or reviews.
Publications can be in any language. For works in languages other than those familiar to the Prize Committee, the nominations should give some indication of the value of the work and provide selected translations. To consider works in less well-known languages, the Jury Committee can co-opt and consult other RCSL members.
Nominations should be sent to the Chair of the jury,
Prof. Angélica Cuellar Vázquez Angélica Cuellar email@example.com to be received by midnight GMT on 31 March 2020.
The prize will be awarded at the RCSL 2020 Annual Conference in Lund/Sweden, August 24-26.
The 2020 Prize Jury is composed of Prof. Angélica Cuellar Vázquez (Chair) (Mexico), Marina Kurkchiyan (U.K.) and Iker Barbero (Spain).
Angélica Cuellar Vázquez
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