Barbara Godard Dissertation Prize For the Best Dissertation on a Canadian Topic
The Robarts Centre for Canadian Studies offers a prize for the best dissertation on a Canadian topic each year. This award is offered in memory of a former colleague who made substantial contributions to the study of Canada. The criteria are as follows:
“This prize is awarded to the doctoral dissertation on a Canadian topic defended at York University in the course of the calendar year that best advances our knowledge of Canada. Special attention will be given to dissertations that transcend disciplinary boundaries and demonstrate innovation in thought and/or methodology.”
The wording of the criteria is not intended to exclude comparative studies.
The award is accompanied by a prize of $500. The winner of the Godard Prize will also be nominated for the dissertation prize of the Canadian Studies Network – Réseau d’études canadiennes.
We welcome one nomination from the graduate program director of each graduate programme at York University.
2016 Calendar Year
At this time of year, we would like to compile the pool of outstanding dissertations defended in the 2016 calendar year.
Graduate programme Directors: Please submit your nominations with an electronic copy of the dissertation and the author's email to email@example.com by April 17.
We wish to decide on a winner of the prize by end of May of this year.
Nomination deadline: 17 April 2017
For any question please email firstname.lastname@example.org