The THESEUS Award for Promising Research on European Integration distinguishes an excellent piece of work of a junior researcher in the field of European Integration, which analyses an on-going challenge for the European Union and its member states
• with regard to the institutions, policies or policy making processes of the European Union,
• from a comparative perspective across the member states of the European Union or
• recommending potential institutional or policy solutions.
The rewarded work will be a Ph.D. thesis or a publication in a major journal (published within the last three years from application deadline). Disciplines covered include especially – but not exclusively – political or social sciences. There is no nationality or geographical criteria for selection. THESEUS accepts both direct applications and nominations through third parties.
The award is endowed with 2,000.00 EUR and the winner will be involved into the activities of the THESEUS network. The award ceremony will take place during the THESEUS Conference in Cologne on 17th-18th March 2016.
THESEUS is a common initiative of the Centre d’études européennes de Sciences Po Paris, the Jean Monnet Chair for Political Science at the University of Cologne, the Trans European Policy Studies Association, Brussels, and the Fritz Thyssen Foundation, Cologne. Its aim is to establish a European network of thinkers, actors and ideas, and to foster the open and constructive dialogue between academia and politics about the future challenges of Europe.
Application: Deadline 01/09/2015
Please send your informal application, consisting of a two-page summary of your work, your academic CV (including publications) and a cover letter situating your work in your on-going research and academic activities, as well as a copy of your Ph.D. thesis or publication by 01/09/2015 via e-mail to Aline Bartenstein, M.A. (email@example.com) and Mirja Schröder, Dipl. Vw. (firstname.lastname@example.org). The language of the application dossier is English; there is no language criterion for the publication or Ph.D. thesis.