Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Indonesia and the Malay World

The Indonesia and the Malay World prize for an article by a young scholar £250

The Editorial Board of Indonesia and the Malay World is pleased to announce a new prize for original articles produced by young scholars ('young scholar' being defined as either someone in the process of completing their PhD or someone who has been awarded their doctorate within the last five years) working on the languages, literatures, art, archaeology, history, religion, anthropology, performing arts, cinema and tourism of the region covered by the journal (Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei, southern Thailand, southern Philippines). Award-winning submissions will be published in the journal. No rigid limit is imposed on the length of the contribution but it should be appreciated that the most suitable length is 6-8,000 words. Articles should be formatted in accordance with the style of Indonesia and the Malay World, and should be written in excellent academic English. Submissions should be submitted by email attachment, together with a brief CV, to, by 31 August 2014. Any queries should be directed to Dr Ben Murtagh,

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