Eurel Prize

The Eurel “Encouraging First Steps in Research” Prize

The 2018 Eurel conference particularly welcomes PhD students and young researchers (less than 3 years after defence of the doctorate) to submit papers. The best paper will be rewarded with the Eurel Prize. The winner will be announced after the conference, based on presented papers.

To be eligible, the candidate needs to present her / his own work in an individual paper. Please indicate in your abstract if your paper qualifies for the competition, confirming that you are a PhD student or young researcher.

Winning the Eurel Prize grants the inclusion of the paper presented during the conference in the ensuing publication, if there is one (special issue, anthology, conference proceedings).

Besides, since the Eurel prize aims at supporting the starting years of young researchers, it wants to help young researcher in purchasing books. A book token of an amount of 300 € for 2018, or the equivalent sum, is also granted to the winner.

The Eurel prize was awarded in 2018 to Rachael Shillitoe (University of York), for a contribution entitled Nonreligion and the agency of children: Negotiating nonreligion in collective worship.

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