Fwd: Announcement of the Zipporah B. Wiseman Prize for Scholarship on Law, Literature and Justice (deadline: June 15, 2021)

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    Melissa J. Ganz
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    Dear all,

    Please see below for information about a new prize for scholarship on law and literature by graduate students, professional school students, and recent graduates.

    Best wishes,
    Melissa Ganz

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    From: “Heinzelman, Susan S” <sheinz@austin.utexas.edu<mailto:sheinz@austin.utexas.edu>>
    Subject: Announcement of the Zipporah B. Wiseman Prize for Scholarship on Law, Literature and Justice
    Date: April 20, 2021 at 2:35:19 PM CDT
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    Dear Colleagues:

    I am attaching a call for submissions to the Wiseman Prize for Scholarship on Law, Literature and Justice. Zipporah Wiseman was a longtime colleague and friend of mine, with whom I edited an anthology, “Representing Women,” and co-taught many classes on Law, Literature and Feminism. More importantly, perhaps, Zipporah was the mentor of many, many women students at The University of Texas School of Law; her support and advice sustained several generations of students, both at Texas and, earlier, when she taught at Northeastern School of Law.

    I hope you will circulate this call for submissions to your colleagues and students as widely as possible.

    Thank you, Sue

    https://law.utexas.edu/humanrights/zipporah-b-wiseman-prize-for-scholarship-on-law-literature-and-justice/writing-competition/

    Call for Papers:
    Zipporah B. Wiseman Prize for Scholarship on Law, Literature, and Justice

    Deadline: June 15, 2021

    The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice at the University of Texas School of Law extends a call for papers for the Zipporah B. Wiseman Prize for Scholarship on Law, Literature, and Justice. Awarded to the winners of an annual international and multidisciplinary writing competition, the prize is made possible by donations<https://law.utexas.edu/humanrights/zipporah-b-wiseman-prize-for-scholarship-on-law-literature-and-justice/&gt; from the friends, family, and colleagues of the late Zipporah Batshaw Wiseman<https://law.utexas.edu/news/2021/02/01/in-memoriam-professor-zipporah-b-wiseman/&gt;, in honor of her important work at the intersection of law and literature.

    TOPIC: We welcome papers from any discipline that engage both legal and literary methods or texts. For these purposes, literary texts include written and other narrative forms, such as film. Papers should use an interdisciplinary lens to explore issues of justice, broadly understood. The papers may work from any of a variety of perspectives: legal and literary, of course, but also philosophical, historical, sociological, political, economic, or cultural.

    PRIZE: The winning paper will receive $1,250 and will be published in the Working Paper Series of the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice. A second-place prize of $750 might also be awarded, with the paper considered for publication in the Working Paper Series.

    ELIGIBILITY: The prize is open to students currently enrolled in graduate or professional programs as well as to those who have graduated from such programs in or after May 2020. Papers must consist of original work, primarily undertaken as a student, that has not been published or undergone professional editing at the time of submission. Authors must have rights to the content and be willing to publish the paper in the Rapoport Center’s Working Paper Series shortly after the winner has been announced. If papers are later published in a journal or other edited collection, they may be replaced in the Working Paper Series with a citation to that publication.

    JUDGMENT CRITERIA: An interdisciplinary and international panel of scholars will judge the papers anonymously. Relevant judgment factors include the strength and logic of the thesis, depth of the analysis, originality and importance of intervention, thoroughness and soundness of the research, and quality of writing (clarity and organization).

    FORMAT: Papers must be between 8,000 and 12,000 words, including notes and appendices, and written in English. Text should be double-spaced, with 12-point font and 1-inch margins. Citational style should be disciplinarily appropriate. Via email, please submit, in three separate documents, the paper (without any identifying information), abstract (100 to 250 words), and full contact details (including university, degree, and anticipated/actual graduate date). Include “Zipporah Wiseman Prize” in the subject line of the email. All submissions must be submitted in .doc or .docx format.

    DEADLINE: June 15, 2021, 11:59 p.m. (CT). Submissions should be sent via email to humanrights@law.utexas.edu<mailto:HumanRights@law.utexas.edu>.

    Susan Sage Heinzelman
    Associate Professor of English/Women’s and Gender Studies
    Director Emerita, Center for Women’s and Gender Studies, 2009-2019
    University of Texas at Austin


    Melissa J. Ganz
    Associate Professor & Director of Strategy
    Department of English
    Marquette University
    Marquette Hall 226
    Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881

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