Perry World House-Foreign Affairs Emerging Scholars Policy Prize ($10,000)

Perry World House, the University of Pennsylvania’s hub for global policy research, in partnership with Foreign Affairs, the preeminent outlet for analysis and debate of foreign policy, economics, and global affairs, invites applications for the 2021 Perry World House-Foreign Affairs Emerging Scholars Policy Prize.

This prize encourages scholars to translate their own academic work to be more accessible to policymakers in positions of influence and to advance policy debates on significant issues in global affairs. The prize recognizes outstanding, original essays on any topic related to international issues that draw on original academic research and intend to influence policy debates.

The goal of the prize is to encourage new voices with new ideas on addressing both the long-standing and new challenges the world faces. Prizes will be selected based on their overall excellence and alignment with Perry World House’s two research themes, which are:

  • Global Shifts: Urbanization, Migration, and Demography: The Global Shifts theme considers the causes and consequences of human movements, focusing on the drivers of displacement, from conflict to climate change.
  • The Future of the Global Order: Power, Technology, and Governance: The Future of the Global Order theme examines implications of changing global power dynamics, impacts of new technologies, and contributions of governance institutions for the future of international cooperation.
Benefits
  • Each winner will receive an award of $10,000 from Perry World House and are to use the prize to advance their academic research and policy impact.
  • Each prize winner will also have her/his/their essay published by Foreign Affairsonline and/or in print.
Eligibility
  • Eligibility is open to emerging scholars from around the world, including scholars at the University of Pennsylvania.
  • This includes junior faculty, postdocs, and advanced Ph.D. candidates. (Tenured faculty are not eligible.)
  • Other scholars are eligible to apply if they completed the relevant terminal degree in their field of study in 2015 or after (for example, a J.D.).
  • One submission per person. Submissions can be co-authored, as can the underlying piece of academic scholarship. All co-authors must satisfy the eligibility requirements.
  • Scholars from ALL disciplines are encouraged to apply.
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Application Process

Applications should be in English and include:

  • Curriculum Vitae;
  • The prize essay (can be single-authored or co-authored); and
  • The underlying academic scholarship the prize essay is based on (formats can include a published or forthcoming article/chapter, unpublished academic manuscripts, etc.).
Deadline: May 11, 2021

For more information and application, visit the official site.