Marco Arosio Award – Special Edition 2017
The late Professor Marco Arosio (d. 2009) is well known among Italian scholars of Medieval Philosophy for his penetrating insight and depth. Each year the Chair dedicated to his memory awards the winner of an essay contest a cash prize (€2,000) and the opportunity to publish the best essays in the Chair Essays publication series.
The 2017 Special Edition Award is dedicated to the study of life and works of St. Bonaventure and the prize will be €5,000. Contestants should submit unpublished or published works from 2015 onwards. The essay must extend to at least 150 pages.
All essays must be composed in English, French, German, Italian, or Spanish and submitted by January 15, 2017, via e-mail (pdf) to Marco Martorana at firstname.lastname@example.org
Two paper copies must be sent to Cattedra Marco Arosio di Alti Studi Medievali Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum Via degli Aldobrandeschi 190 Rome 00163, Italy.
The Marco Arosio Chair will publish the winning paper as well as other works deemed to be of high quality and chosen by the Commission responsible for the Award. The winning essayist and the other contestants will be invited to present their work in Rome on April 27, 2017.
For further information please see www.uprait.org, or write to Marco Martorana at the above addresses.
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