International Maritime History Association Frank Broeze Prize for Outstanding Doctoral Thesis in Maritime History
The Frank Broeze Prize carries with it a cash award of €500 and free registration at the Eighth International Congress of Maritime History in Porto, Portugal, 2020. To be considered for this prestigious award, those who have completed a doctoral thesis between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2019 are invited to submit a copy of their thesis for consideration. If the thesis is written in a language other than English, the entrant should provide a summary of their work (minimum 10,000 words) in English. The judges will apply the following criteria in deciding the winner of the prize:
• Contribution to knowledge and understanding of the maritime past;
• Originality of approach, source material and/or findings;
• Depth and coherence of argument;
• Choice and application of methodology;
• Presentational and stylistic quality.
For this competition, there will be a panel of five judges: Maria Fusaro (University of Exeter); M.Fusaro@exeter.ac.uk Gelina Harlaftis (Ionian University); email@example.com Ingo Heidbrink (Old Dominion University); IHeidbri@odu.edu Graeme Milne (University of Liverpool); G.J.Milne@liverpool.ac.uk Malcolm Tull (Murdoch University); firstname.lastname@example.org