From an email I just received:
This is just a reminder that the deadline for the 2007 FWSA essay
competition is just over a week away (1 November, 2007).
We are inviting entries from students who are doing innovative and
interdisciplinary work which is ground in feminist theory, and welcome
entries from students from any discipline and at any stage of their studies
at a UK or Irish university. The prize for the winning essay is £200 and one
year’s FWSA membership; the top six entries will be published in a special
issue of the Journal of International Women’s Studies.
Essays should be between 4000-8000 words, and should be submitted
electronically as a single MS Word document, including bibliography and
cover sheet (which can be downloaded from http://www.fwsa.org.uk/essay.htm).
The deadline for submission is 1 November, 2007 and entries can be submitted at any time between now and then.
We had 40 entries last year, with a good mix of undergraduate and
postgraduate entries, and we would like to achieve an even higher number of
entries this year from across the disciplines. I would be grateful if you
could display and circulate the attached poster as widely as possible in
order to promote the competition. Also, if you are a member staff, please
encourage your students to submit essays or dissertations; if you are a
student, and you have a piece of work that you enjoyed writing and were
pleased with, then please think about submitting it.
For further information about the competition, or about previous winners,
please go here.
or you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
We’re looking forward to reading the entries later this year!
Karen Throsby (on behalf of the FWSA executive committee)