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EDINBURGH GADDA PRIZE (Edinburgh 2012) - www.gaddaprize.ed.ac.uk/edinburgh.php
Rules and Registration for all Prizes, incl. Novecento in Saggio
Registration Hub for all Prizes - www.gaddaprize.ed.ac.uk/entry.php
Closing date for scholarly categories: 31 March 2012
GADDUS SCHOLARS - irregularity in (the body of) literature, film, theatre, critical theory
Call for proposals (scadenza 31 maggio 2012) - www.gaddaprize.ed.ac.uk/gaddus.php
BORSE PER MASTER (scadenza 31 maggio 2012) - www.gaddaprize.ed.ac.uk/scholarshippress.php
Master by Research in Gadda Studies - www.gaddaprize.ed.ac.uk/scholarship/vittoriagroupmaster2012.php
Master by Research in Italian Diaspora Studies - www.gaddaprize.ed.ac.uk/scholarship/diciaccamaster2012.php
Edinburgh 2012 will be complemented by Gaddus Scholars - www.gaddaprize.ed.ac.uk/gaddus.php. The Award Ceremony for all categories, including the junior awards, will take place at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh, 22 September 2012, following the British Premiere of Fabrizio Gifuni's award-winning "Gadda va alla guerra".
SCHOLARLY PRIZES AND ELIGIBILITY
Crolla Amato Gadda Prize. Authors and publishers may enter works on Carlo Emilio Gadda published between 1 January 2010 and 31 December 2011. Book-length monographs, commented editions, translations, substantial book chapters and journal articles are eligible. Works in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish are eligible.
Gadda First. Authors and publishers may enter a first work on Carlo Emilio Gadda. This must be either a submitted Doctoral Thesis or a published first work with a submission / publication date between 1 January 2010 and 31 December 2011. Book-length monographs, commented editions, translations, substantial book chapters and journal articles are eligible. Works in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish are eligible. Authors must be 35 or under by the closing date.
Novecento in Saggio. Authors and publishers may enter book-length monographs, critical works and commented editions on one or more 20thC Italian creative prose writers. Submissions must have a publication date between 1 January 2010 and 31 December 2011. Works in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish are eligible. Edited works and proceedings are not eligible.
Federica G. Pedriali
Professor of Literary Metatheory and Modern Italian Studies
Edinburgh Gadda Journal Director and General Editor
Edinburgh Gadda Prize Executive Director and Committee Chair
Head of Italian Studies
School of Literatures Languages and Cultures
University of Edinburgh
David Hume Tower
Edinburgh EH8 9JX
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Edinburgh Gadda Journal: www.gadda.ed.ac.uk
Edinburgh Gadda Prize: www.gaddaprize.ed.ac.uk
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