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    SBL Awards
    The current award opportunities offered by SBL are listed below.
     

    Society for Biblical Literature – De Gruyter Prize for Biblical Studies and Reception History

    Description

    The De Gruyter Prize for Biblical Studies and Reception History promotes the study of the reception history of the Bible and aims to highlight the broad impact of the Bible in a wide variety of historical contexts and cultural settings. SBL is grateful to De Gruyter for investing in this growing area of research and teaching, one that also cultivates interdisciplinary studies in the humanities.

    Beginning in 2020, the award will be for papers in two categories: Textual Culture and Reception of the Bible, and Visual Culture and Reception of the Bible. De Gruyter will support each category with an annual cash prize of $750. The awarded papers will be published in the Journal of the Bible and its Reception. In addition to being published, the awarded papers will be delivered at the SBL Annual Meeting followed by a panel discussion.

     

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    Paul J. Achtemeier Award for New Testament Scholarship

    Description
    The primary goal of the Paul J. Achtemeier Award for New Testament Scholarship is to stimulate the finest and most penetrating work in New Testament studies. In order to compete for the award a paper of publishable quality must be submitted. It must not have been previously published or accepted for publication; however, a paper may be submitted that is under review by a journal or other academic press if a decision to publish has not been reached at the time of submission. If the paper was delivered at an annual or international SBL meeting, it must exhibit significant revision, as demonstrated by submission of both the original draft and the revision. There is a $1,000 monetary award.

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    David Noel Freedman Award for Excellence and Creativity in Hebrew Bible Scholarship

    Description
    The primary goal of the David Noel Freedman Award for Excellence and Creativity in Hebrew Bible Scholarship is to encourage the finest scholarship in biblical studies. In order to compete for the award a paper of publishable quality must be submitted. It must not have been previously published or accepted for publication; however, a paper may be submitted that is under review by a journal or other academic press if a decision to publish has not been reached at the time of submission. If the paper was delivered at an annual or international SBL meeting, it must exhibit significant revision, as demonstrated by submission of both the original draft and the revision. There is a $1,000 monetary award.

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    A. R. Pete Diamond Award for Integrative Scholarship

    Description
    The A. R. Pete Diamond Award for Integrative Scholarship supports junior scholars demonstrating innovative approaches in biblical studies that advance methodological work at the intersection of historical criticism, critical theory, and cultural studies. In order to compete for the award a paper of publishable quality must be submitted. It must not have been previously published or accepted for publication; however, a paper may be submitted that is under review by a journal or other academic press if a decision to publish has not been reached at the time of submission. If the paper was delivered at an annual or international SBL meeting, it must exhibit significant revision, as demonstrated by submission of both the original draft and the revision. There is a $1,000 monetary award.

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    Regional Scholars Awards

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    The Regional Scholars' Program has been developed by the Society of Biblical Literature's Council of Regional Coordinators to recognize promising you中国福利彩票app靠谱吗nger scholars in the field of biblical studies. Its objective is to encourage their intellectual development through a mentoring program and to provide practical assistance in securing a place to present their work at the Society's Annual Meeting.

    To qualify for the SBL Regional Scholars Program scholars should be at least ABD and no more than four years past the receipt of their Ph.D. Women and underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply.

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    SBL International Travel Awards

    Description
    The SBL International Travel Awards offer opportunities to current SBL members outside North America to attend the Annual or International Meeting, to participate in the program, to enhance their professional development, and to build their network with fellow scholars. These grants help facilitate the work of Program Units and the International Cooperation Initiative (“ICI”). These grants are intended to support underrepresented and underresourced scholars. As such, preference will be given to women, people of historically underrepresented ethnicities, and members from ICI-qualifying countries. A key criterion is an applicant’s demonstrable financial need.

    Four International Travel Award Panels (ITAP) will administer the awards each year, serving four geographic regions:

    • Africa and Middle East
    • Asia and Pacific
    • Eastern Europe
    • Latin America and Caribbean

    For awards offered in 2019, each ITAP will administer $3,000 in awards in each region. The panels may determine the best distribution of funds (e.g., as one $1000 and one $2000 award, or as three awards of $1000 each)

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    Status of Women in the Profession Committee Mentor Award

    Description
    Each year at the SBL Annual Meeting, CSWP honors women who have been excellent mentors to women in the field. These mentors have provided invaluable guidance, advice, and encouragement. They serve as role models and assist other women in navigating career choices, building professional networks, and developing strategies for work-life balance. CSWP honors mentors in order to recognize their contributions and to encourage mentoring relationships. If you中国福利彩票app靠谱吗 would like to nominate a mentor, please send you中国福利彩票app靠谱吗r nomination with a descriptive letter of endorsement to Christl. M. Maier . Nominations must be received by May 1st. Nominations received after the deadline will be considered for the following year. 
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