MdNL Annual Academic Awards
Closing Date: 01/05/2022
Three annual awards (for the best master’s thesis, the best academic article and the best dissertation) presented alternately for publications in the field of Dutch linguistics and Dutch-language or African literature (historical or modern).
The Society of Dutch Literature (MdNL – Maatschappij der Nederlandse Letterkunde) is a literary society that was established in 1766. MdNL has two regional branches, for the Northern and the Southern part of the Netherlands, and also a representative in South Africa. Activities of the MNL includes organizing literary and scholarly events, publishing (or supporting the publication of) books and several journals, granting several awards, and maintaining her library.
The MdNL Annual Academic Awards (MdNL Academische jaarprijzen) were established in the academic year 2014-2015 and are presented annually. Three awards are presented: for the best master’s thesis, the best academic article and the best dissertation.
The awards are presented alternately for publications in the field of Dutch linguistics and Dutch-language or African literature (historical or modern). The publication to be awarded is preferably in Dutch, Afrikaans or English, but German or French-language publications may also qualify for an award.
|Funding body||Maatschappij der Nederlandse Letterkunde (MdNL – Society of Dutch Literature)|
|Category||Arts and Humanities|
|Fund or call||Fund|