The Godin prize honors excellence in scientific research in the field of the Psychology of Religion. Once in every four years, the scientific contribution of a distinguished senior scholar to the study of the field is awarded. For information on the history of the Godin prize visit http://www.iaprweb.org/awards.html
As mid-life award the Godin Prize is aimed at senior scholars. Eligible candidates for the Godin Prize are midlife researchers, who conduct excellent research (as reflected in publications) in the field of the Psychology of Religion.
The Early Career Award is intended to reward promising junior researchers in the field of the Psychology of Religion. It is awarded once every two years at the IARP conference, for outstanding quality of research.
Eligible for the Early Career Award are young scholars at the postdoctoral or early career academic level (holding a Ph.D. since 0 -5 years maximum). Excellence in the quality of research (as reflected in the publications) in the field of the Psychology of Religion is required.
Both, the Godin prize and the Early Career Award are endowed with 1000 euros. The happy winners are expected to give a keynote lecture at the annual IAPR conference in 2017 in Hamar, Norway (August 21-24).
Suitable candidates should be nominated, however self-nominations are also possible. The application for both the Godin prize and the Early Career Award should include the candidate’s CV and the list of his/her publications and be sent to Sebastian Murken (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Members of the jury
Sebastian Murken (President, University of Marburg, Germany), Pehr Granqvist (University of Stockholm, Sweden), Kate Loewenthal (Royal Holloway, University of London, England), Adam B. Cohen (Arizona State University, USA), Vassilis Saroglou (University of Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium)
Deadline for the submission of (self-) nominations is December 15, 2016.