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The Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais Prize

Following the “40 anos da Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais Prize” award, The Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra has decided to establish the “Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais Prize”, a biennial prize awarding the best article published in the Journal in the two preceding calendar years.

Regulation

1. The Centre for Social Studies (CES, in Portuguese) of the University of Coimbra awards, every two years, the REVISTA CRÍTICA DE CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS PRIZE, designed to honour the best published article in the journal in the two preceding calendar years. The first edition of this Prize will be awarded in 2020, to honour the articles published in Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais (RCCS), in 2018 and 2019.

2. The Prize has the monetary value of 1.000 € (one thousand euros).

3. All articles included in the issues published in the two calendar years prior to the Prize delivery will be eligible for the award.

4. Solo-author or first-author articles written by CES researchers or by doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers for whom the CES is their host institution are not eligible for the award.

5. RCCS’s Executive Editorial Board (EEB) will make a pre-selection of 10 articles in the first quarter of the year in which the Prize is awarded.

6. EEB’s decisions will be made on the basis of an absolute majority of votes, with the Director of RCCS holding the casting vote.

7. The Jury’s decision regarding the 10 articles selected by EEB will be made in the second quarter of the year in which the Prize is awarded.

8. The Jury will be presided over by the CES Director and will be comprised of three specialists within the social sciences and humanities, external to CES, who are invited for that purpose.

9. The Jury’s decisions will be made on the basis of an absolute majority of votes, with the President holding the casting vote.

10. The prize may be awarded ex aequo.

11. The Jury may decide not to grant the prize.

12 The Jury may decide to attribute honourable mentions.

13. Dissemination/republication of the winning article(s) must include a reference to the award of the CES Prize.

Awarded papers

2020

The (De)Politicisation of Work – An Inquiry into the Political Function of Work”, by Helena Lopes – winner

Goa Displayed in Goa: The 1860 Industrial Exhibition of Portuguese Colonial India”, by Filipa Lowndes Vicente – honorable mention

Writing Resistance, Writing the Self: Literary Reconstruction in United States Prison Witness”, by Doran Larson – honorable mention

The Jury of the Prize was constituted by: Ana Paula Brandão (Escola de Economia e Gestão, Universidade do Minho), Bruno Monteiro (Instituto de Sociologia da Universidade do Porto), Marta Soares (Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Políticas, Universidade de Lisboa), and presided over by António Sousa Ribeiro, Director of the Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra

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