The Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Foundation for Dialogue between Cultures (ALF) and Fondazione Mediterraneo (FM), are launching the 11th Edition of the Euro-Mediterranean Award for Dialogue Between Cultures. This annual Award, which is bestowed by the 42 ALF National Networks, recognises the achievements of individuals and organisations that have been at the forefront of promoting Dialogue in the Euro-Mediterranean region.
Candidates for the Award can be proposed either as an individual or as an organisation, and must bear the nationality of/ be registered in one of the 42 member countries of the Euro-Med Partnership. As youth, women and minorities are the key target groups of the Foundation’s work, special attention will be given to candidates who have actively worked or implemented projects with these groups.
The selection of the winner of the Euro-Med Award is a participatory process which involves the Heads of the Networks, Network members and non-members. The shortlist of the three (3) finalists for the Award is carried out by the Jury, while the final selection of the winner of the award is carried out by the EuroMed Award Committee.
Call For Nominations
International and Intercultural Communication Division
National Communication Association
Distinguished Scholarship Awards
Nominations are invited for the 2014 International and Intercultural Communication Division Distinguished Scholarship Annual Awards for work published/copyrighted in 2013.
Up to five awards will be given in the following categories:
*Best Book (single-authored or co-authored)
*Best Book (edited or co-edited)
*Best Article (or Book Chapter)
*Best Dissertation and/or Master’s Thesis
Unless otherwise specified, all nomination materials must be by electronic submission only to: email@example.com and must include the following:
(A) A nomination letter outlining justification for the award.
(B) For Article or Book Chapter submissions, send PDF copies only.
(C) For Book submissions, send three (3) copies of the complete work. (You may ask your publishers to send copies directly as part of their promo!)
(D) For Dissertation or Thesis submissions, mail three (3) CD-Rom copies of the complete work.
Mail hard copies (for C & D) to:
Dr. Sara DeTurk
Department of Communication
University of Texas at San Antonio
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249
Awards will be presented at the International and Intercultural Communication Division Business Meeting at the NCA 2014 Annual Convention this November in Chicago. Recipients of the awards will be notified by September 1, 2014 and are expected to be present for the award presentations. Self, peer, or advisor nominations accepted. The awards committee will not accept more than one submission of the same co-/author, whether they are nominated or self-nominated, regardless of category. Works must have been published and copyrighted during the 2013 calendar year.
Nomination packets must be received by April 25, 2014.
CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
Denis McQuail is one of the most famous scholars in the field of Communication Science. Tens of thousands of communication students have been brought up with McQuail’s Mass Communication Theory, now in its sixth edition and an international bestseller. Denis McQuail held the chair in General Communication Science at the University of Amsterdam from 1977 till 1997 and is now an Honorary Fellow of ASCoR.
ASCoR McQuail Award for the best article advancing communication theory
The Amsterdam School of Communication Research ASCoR at the University of Amsterdam has established an award in honor of Denis McQuail. Previous winners include Professor Michael Slater and Dr. Matthew Baum. The call for nominations for the ASCoR Denis McQuail Award 2010 – for the best article advancing communication theory published in a peer-reviewed journal during 2010 – is now open.
- Must have been published (not ‘due to appear’) in 2010 in an English language peer-reviewed journal.
- May be purely theoretical or empirical and theoretical, but the focus should clearly be on theory development.
- Must focus on some aspect of communication. NB: Articles published in noncommunication journals are also eligible.
An international panel chaired by Professor Emeritus Denis McQuail, and consisting of Professor Pamela Shoemaker (Syracuse University), Professor Winfried Schulz (University of Erlangen-N�rnberg), and Professor Edith Smit (ASCoR, University of Amsterdam) will select the winning article from a list of nominated articles. The selection will be based on the quality of the article, not on the author(s)’ professional or personal credentials. The number of nominations for an article plays no role in the selection process: Each article that has been nominated at least once will be considered. Please note that the jury may decide not to give the Award if none of the nominations are considered to stand out.
The award will go to all listed authors of the article chosen. The award consists of a certificate, and an invitation to the 1st author to become the McQuail Honorary Fellow 2011-2012 at ASCoR, as well as to give a guest lecture in Amsterdam in Fall 2011.
Nominations for this award may be submitted before 1 June 2011.
Faculty and PhD students around the world can nominate articles for this award. Each nominator can nominate one article. Self-nominations are eligible. Anonymous nominations will not be considered. Nominations are strictly confidential. Information about who nominated whom will not be released. A nomination package consists of:
- The full reference to the article (including full title, journal title, volume and page numbers).
- A copy of the article (PDF or print).
- A motivation for the nomination (max. 150 words). Please note that the motivation should address the quality of the article in terms of theoretical advances. Please be as candid as possible.
You can submit your nomination before 1 June 2011:
By e-mail (preferred) to:
ASCoR Secretariat: ascor-secr-FMG@uva.nl
Or by post to:
Attn. Prof. dr. Claes de Vreese
1012 CX Amsterdam
More information about ASCoR can be found on www.ascor.uva.nl.