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Jun 10, 2019

Training seminar for high school teachers

September 25, 12:30-17h, University of Utrecht

Organized by NGG Working Group Religion Education

 

Het programma en verdere informatie (in het Nederlands) vindt u hier.

 

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Cornelis Tiele MA Thesis Award

Named after one of the founders of the comparative study of religion, the Cornelis Tiele MA Dissertation Award is an annual award granted by the Dutch Association for the Study of Religion (NGG) for an outstanding MA or ResMa thesis within the academic study of religion. The award will be handed out during the annual NGG Spring Meeting.

 

The Award 

The recipient of the Cornelis Tiele MA Dissertation Award is granted a prize of €200,- In addition, the winner will be offered a free one year membership of the Dutch Association for the Study of Religion (NGG), including the associated memberships of the European Association for the Study of Religion (EASR) and the International Association for the History of Religions (IAHR). 

 

Requirements 

The award is granted to an excellent MA or ResMa thesis that showcases original primary research, clear analysis, and solid theoretical foundations. The thesis has to be written at a Dutch University, but can be part of an educational track other than religion studies. The thesis does, however, clearly have to fall within the domain of the academic and non-confessional study of religion. Candidates for the 2020 award must have completed the thesis between September 1, 2018 and August 31, 2019. 

 

Nomination 

Nominations must be made by e-mail to info@godsdienstwetenschap.nl before November 1, 2019. The nominator must be either the nominee's thesis supervisor or a member of the NGG. 


The applications should consist of PDF-files of the following, in either Dutch or in English: 

  1. A short recommendations explaining why the nominated thesis meets the listed criteria 
  2. The nominee’s thesis
  3. Documentation to show that the thesis has been completed and assessed.  
 

Deadline: 1 November 2019


Award Committee 

Susanne van Esdonk (University of Amsterdam - chair)

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