Institute for Southeast Asian Archaeology award for early career Southeast Asian archaeologists

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Third round of the ISEAA Early Career award. Deadline for submissions is 1 December 2019.

Committee Charge: The committee solicits nominations and selects recipients for the Early Career Award in Southeast Asian Archaeology. The committee selects a single peer-reviewed article or chapter published within five years of the lead author’s receipt of doctorate that exemplifies excellent application of current archaeological theory to Southeast Asian data.
Committee Composition: Committee composition is at least five members including at least one chair.
Award Cycle: Every two years
Committee Chairs: Ben Marwick and Grace Barretto-Tesoro
Committee Chair Contact Information: bmarwick@uw.edu and mdbarretto@up.edu.ph
Committee Members: Ben Marwick (University of Washington), Grace Baretto-Tesoro (University of the Philippines), Stephen Acacbado (University of California, Los Angeles), Sian Halcrow (University of Otago, New Zealand), Gyles Iannone (Trent University, Ontario)
Who Is Eligible to Submit Nominations or Apply for Award: Nominations may be made by any professional archaeologist who holds a PhD. Self-nominations are strongly encouraged.
Nomination/Submission Materials Required: Nomination letters should be submitted by email to the committee chair and include a pdf of the published article or chapter, curriculum vitae, and a two-page letter that includes the lead author’s current address and a scholarly description of why the publication is an exemplary application of current archaeological theory to Southeast Asian data. The CV or letter should state the date of successful defense or final award of doctorate. Only one publication per nominee will be accepted. Nominees must have defended their dissertations and received their Ph.D. degree within the five year period from August 31, 2014 to September 1, 2019.
Nomination/Submission Deadline: December 1, 2019
Selection or Evaluation Criteria: Submitted articles and chapters are evaluated and ranked by committee members on factors including originality and quality of research and strengths of application of current archaeological theory to Southeast Asian data. Both mainland (Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar [Burma], and Malay peninsula) and island (island Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, East Timor, Brunei, and Singapore) are included.


Committee Composition: Committee composition is at least five members including at least one chair.
Award Cycle: Every two years
Committee Chairs: Ben Marwick and Grace Barretto-Tesoro
Committee Chair Contact Information: bmarwick@uw.edu and mdbarretto@up.edu.ph
Committee Members: Ben Marwick (University of Washington), Grace Baretto-Tesoro (University of the Philippines), Stephen Acacbado (University of California, Los Angeles), Sian Halcrow (University of Otago, New Zealand), Gyles Iannone (Trent University, Ontario)
Who Is Eligible to Submit Nominations or Apply for Award: Nominations may be made by any professional archaeologist who holds a PhD. Self-nominations are strongly encouraged.
Nomination/Submission Materials Required: Nomination letters should be submitted by email to the committee chair and include a pdf of the published article or chapter, curriculum vitae, and a two-page letter that includes the lead author’s current address and a scholarly description of why the publication is an exemplary application of current archaeological theory to Southeast Asian data. The CV or letter should state the date of successful defense or final award of doctorate. Only one publication per nominee will be accepted. Nominees must have defended their dissertations and received their Ph.D. degree within the five year period from August 31, 2014 to September 1, 2019.
Nomination/Submission Deadline: December 1, 2019
Selection or Evaluation Criteria: Submitted articles and chapters are evaluated and ranked by committee members on factors including originality and quality of research and strengths of application of current archaeological theory to Southeast Asian data. Both mainland (Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar [Burma], and Malay peninsula) and island (island Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, East Timor, Brunei, and Singapore) are included.