Der International Council for Canadian Studies (ICCS/CIEC) mit Sitz in Ottawa schreibt erneut zahlreiche Preise und Stipendien aus. Bewerbungen für Graduate Student Scholarships sind grundsätzlich über den Vorstand der GKS bis zum 1. November 2018 einzureichen und werden nach entsprechenden Stellungnahmen an die ICCS Geschäftsstelle in Ottawa weitergeleitet. Bewerbungen bzw. Nominierungen für die unten genannten Preise richten Sie bitte bis zum 24. November direkt an den ICCS.
GRADUATE STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS
The ICCS Graduate Student Scholarships, worth a maximum amount of $4,000, are offered each year to a dozen of students, helping them to spend 4-6 weeks at a Canadian university or research site, other than their own, doing research related to their thesis or dissertation in the field of Canadian Studies. All applications must be submitted to the GKS office by Nov. 1, 2018.
CANADIAN STUDIES POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIPS
The ICCS Postdoctoral Fellowships give the opportunity to young scholars, who have completed a doctoral thesis on a topic primarily related to Canada and are not employed in a full-time university teaching position, to visit a university with a Canadian Studies program for a teaching or research fellowship. The length of the stay will be of a minimum of one month and maximum of three months. During that stay, the student will receive $2,500 per month, plus the cost of a return airline ticket for a maximum of CAD$10,000. The deadline to submit applications to the ICCS is November 24, 2018.
GOVERNOR GENERAL’S INTERNATIONAL AWARD IN CANADIAN STUDIES
The Governor General’s International Award for Canadian Studies is intended for a scholar who has made an outstanding contribution to scholarship and to the development of Canadian Studies internationally. The prize is awarded this year to an individual having essentially had a Canadian Studies career in another country. Nominations must be submitted to the ICCS no later than November 24, 2018.
PIERRE SAVARD AWARDS
The Pierre Savard Awards are designed to recognize and promote each year outstanding scholarly monographs, written by members of the Canadian Studies international network, that contribute to a better understanding of Canada. There are two categories: Book written in French or English and Book written in a language other than French or English. The deadline for submitting applications to the ICCS is November 24, 2018.
THE BRAIN LONG BEST DOCTORAL THESIS IN CANADIAN STUDIES AWARD
The Brain Long Best Doctoral Thesis in Canadian Studies Award is designed to recognize and promote each year an outstanding PhD thesis on a Canadian topic, written by a member (or one of his/her students) of a Canadian Studies Association or Associate Member, and which contributes to a better understanding of Canada. The deadline for submitting applications to the ICCS is November 24, 2018.