The International Feminist Journal of Politics (IFjP), in conjunction with Taylor and Francis, created the Enloe Award in honour of Cynthia Enloe’s pioneering feminist research into international politics and political economy, and her considerable contribution to building a more inclusive feminist scholarly community. The Award is given annually, after an open competition judged by a committee of eminent feminist scholars drawn from the IFjP Board. It recognizes exceptional quality in a paper submitted to IFjP by an emergent scholar. The winning entry is published in the journal as the Enloe Award Essay and the author given an honorarium (currently US$500) on publication.
Those eligible for the Award include postgraduate students nearing completion of their PhD thesis and postdoctoral scholars who are within five years of the award of their PhD at the time of the competition deadline will be eligible to enter. Papers should fall within the rubric of IFjP, which as a journal seeks to publish lively, original research at the intersection of international relations, politics and gender studies. They should also be no longer than 8000 words long, including notes, and conform to IFjP house style, details atwww.tandf.co.uk/journals/authors/rfjpauth.asp. The deadline for submissions for the Enloe Award 2014 is July 5 2014. Please submit papers to firstname.lastname@example.org, marking them clearly as intended for consideration by the Enloe Award Committee.
PS: If you are eligible for the Enloe Award and your paper is currently under consideration in the normal journal process, just let us know and we will consider it for the Enloe Award as well.