Annual Prize, Humanities Journal

The Humanities Collection will present an annual International Award for Excellence in the humanities. All papers submitted for publication in the Humanities Journal are entered into consideration for this award.

The review committee for the award is the International Advisory Board for the journal and the conference. It will select the winning paper from the ten highest-ranked papers emerging from the referee process and according to the selection criteria outlined in referee guidelines.

The winning author will be invited to be one of the main speakers at the next annual Humanities Conference, where they will be formally presented with their award. They will receive a free registration at this conference.


Images: Roman Aqueduct, approximately 30km South of Tunis. Emperor Hadrian ordered this structure to be built, taking water from the mountains behind Zaghouan 70km to Carthage.