The field of gender and politics is broadly conceived to include any gender and sexuality studies perspective in political science, international relations, political theory and philosophy, research methods, public policy and public administration.
The award is open to all the scholars who have contributed in outstanding fashions to scholarly development, mentoring and professional service to the field of Gender and Politics in Europe. Furthering the cause and interests of gender and politics scholars in Europe, their career and work in political science is a criterion to obtain the award. There is no requirement regarding the academic affiliation or geographic professional location of the nominee.
Nominations should be submitted through the nomination form.
Collective nominations may be made BY A MINIMUM OF 20 SCHOLARS IN GENDER AND POLITICS WHO HAVE ATTENDED ECPG AT LEAST ONCE IN THE PAST. It should consist of a statement outlining the contribution of the nominees regarding their intellectual accomplishment, mentoring contribution and service to the profession in the field of Gender and Politics in Europe.
The nomination should include the vitae of the nominee as well as a representative piece of work. The nomination should also include the name, and academic affiliation of the scholars endorsing the nomination.
Every two years
Isabelle Engeli, University of Bath (Chair)
Karen Beckwith, Case Western Reserve University
David Paternotte, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Shiri Rai, University of Warwick