IPHS Prizes

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Call for nominations: 2014 IPHS book prizes

  • The first prize is for the most innovative book in planning history written in English and based on original new research. Books must have been published in the previous (two) calendar years 2012-2013 may be written individually or jointauthored.
  • The second prize will be awarded for the best book (in English) published in the previous two calendar years (2012-2013) and related to planning history of the country where the IPHS-2014 conference is hold, in the USA this time.
  • The third prize will be awarded to planning history anthologies and edited works (in English) and again published in the previous two calendar years. The prize will go to the editor(s), all contributors to the book will get an IPHS-certificate for the distinction.
  • View all details here.

Call for nominations: East Asia Planning History Prize

  • The aim of this Prize is to encourage young scholars of East Asia to engage in planning history and to publish their work in English.
  • The Prize is awarded for outstanding research in the planning history of East Asia (China, Hong Kong, Japan, the two Koreas, Macau, Mongolia and Taiwan) published in English in the form of a refereed article in an academic journal, in the previous two calendar years before an IPHS Conference (from January 2012 to December 2013), by a native, citizen, and resident of a nation in East Asia under 45 years old as of the deadline date.
  • The Prize includes a cash award of 250 GBP.
  • View all details here.
  • The Official Announcement and Application Form can be found here.

Call for nominations: IPHS Anthony Sutcliffe Dissertation Award

  • In honor of Anthony Sutcliffe (founding member of IPHS and Planning Perspectives), IPHS has created an award to recognize the best dissertation in the field of planning history written in English and completed during the two years preceding the biennial conference. There is no restriction on topic, but submissions which most directly and innovatively address the internationalism of the modern planning movement in line with much of Sutcliffe's work are especially welcome.
  • Doctoral dissertations completed during 2012 and 2013 are eligible.
  • The award winner will receive free conference registration for the 2014 conference and a $100 prize.
  • View all details here.