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CfA: Society for Romanian Studies, Graduate Student Prize

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    The Society for Romanian Studies to learn more about and join SRS, visit www.huntington.edu/srs Officers President: Irina Livezeanu, University of Pittsburgh
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      The Society for Romanian Studies
      to learn more about and join SRS, visit www.huntington.edu/srs

      Officers
      President: Irina Livezeanu, University of Pittsburgh
      Vice-President: Bill Crowther, University of North Carolina/Greensboro
      Secretary: Paul Michelson, Huntington University
      Treasurer: James Augerot, Universitry of Washington
      Newsletter Editor: Daniel Pennell, University of Pittsburgh

      National Board
      Margaret Beissinger, Princeton mhbeissi@...
      Alexandra Bley-Vroman, independent scholar
      Monica Ciobanu, Plattsburgh State University
      Matt Ciscel, Central Connecticut State University
      Peter Gross, University of Tennessee
      Daniel Pennell, University of Pittsburgh
      Adam Sorkin, Penn State/Brandywine
      Peter Wagner, University of Wisconsin/Whitewater

      Ashby Crowder (Graduate student representative) University of Maryland





      SRS 2010 GRADUATE STUDENT ESSAY PRIZE
      DEADLINE: JULY 1, 2010

      The Society for Romanian Studies is pleased to announce the Second
      Annual Graduate Student Essay Prize competition for an outstanding
      unpublished essay or thesis chapter written in English by a graduate
      student in any social science or humanities discipline on a Romanian
      subject. The 2010 prize, consisting of $300, will be presented at the
      AAASS Convention in Los Angeles. The graduate student must be enrolled
      at or have graduated from an institution of higher learning in North
      America. The competition is open to current M.A. and doctoral students
      or to those who defended dissertations in 2009-2010. If the essay is a
      seminar paper, it must have been written in 2009-2010. If the essay is a
      dissertation chapter, it should be accompanied by the dissertation
      abstract and table of contents. Essays/chapters should be between 25 and
      50 pages double spaced, including reference matter. Expanded versions of
      conference papers are also acceptable if accompanied by a description of
      the panel and the candidate's conference paper proposal. Candidates
      should clearly indicate the format of the essay submitted.

      Please send a copy of the essay and an updated CV to each of the three
      members of the Prize Committee below. Submissions must be postmarked no later than July 1, 2010.

      Prof. Margaret Beissinger
      Department of Slavic Languages
      249 East Pyne
      Princeton University
      Princeton, NJ 08544

      Prof. Matthew Ciscel
      English Department
      Central CT State University
      1615 Stanley St.
      New Britain, CT 06050.

      Prof. Lavinia Stan
      16 Ballantyne Avenue South
      Montreal West, H4X 2B2
      CANADA
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