The purpose of the Karl Deutsch Award is to honour a prominent scholar engaged in the cross-disciplinary research of which Karl Deutsch was a master. The recipient presents the Karl Deutsch lecture at the IPSA World Congress of Political Science. The Karl Deutsch Lectures are published in the International Political Science Review. The award is made on the recommendation of the IPSA Committee on Organization, Procedures and Awards (COPA). It is supported by the Karl Deutsch fund.
Karl Wolfgang Deutsch (1912-1992)
Born in Prague, Karl Deutsch immigrated to the US in the late '30s. He taught at the MIT, Yale, and Harvard. He assumed the role of President of IPSA from 1976-79. He was also President of the American Political Science Association and director of the International Institute of Comparative Social Research at the Science Center in Berlin. He passed away in November 1992.
Deadline: November 1, 2017
The prize is of $1,000 US for one winner.
Funding: Karl Deutsch Fund
Lecture at the 2018 IPSA World Congress of Political Science in Brisbane.
Guidelines for nomination - Regional and national associations
IPSA national and regional associations are invited to submit candidacies.
Nominations must indicate the merits of the nominee and be accompanied by his/her biography and bibliography. The propositions should also include letters of recommendation, signed by eminent scholars, as well as a report about citations of the nominee in the Social Science Citation Index during the previous 15 years.
Nominations are to be sent:
By email: A PDF copy by email to the attention of Guy Lachapelle, the IPSA Secretary General, to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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