May 06, 2006:

[achtung! kunst] Chino Kaori Memorial Essay Prize, 2006

From:     Toshio Watanabe <>
Date:     Mon, 01 May 2006
Subject:  ANN: Chino Kaori Memorial Essay Prize, 2006

Chino Kaori Memorial Essay Prize, 2006
Deadlie: June 1, 2006

We are pleased to  announce the fourth annual Chino Kaori Memorial Essay
Prize.  The University of Hawai'i Press is graciously sponsoring this
prize with a gift of 400 dollars in books from their catalogue that will
be awarded to the prize recipient.  The prize is administered by the Japan Art History  Forum (JAHF), which will also award the winner a
complimentary two-year JAHF membership. In addition, the prize recipient
will  receive a copy of the most recently published annual "Chino Kaori
Memorial 'New  Visions' Lecture," sponsored by the Center for the Study of Women, Buddhism, and  Cultural History and the Medieval Japanese Studies Institute, Kyoto.

This is an annual  competition, open to graduate students from any
university. The prize will be awarded to the best  research paper written in English on a Japanese Art History topic and submitted  to the selection committee by the deadline.  Papers should be under 10,000 words (in Times New Roman, 12 point, double spaced) and not previously published. The selection committee will post an  abstract of the winning paper on the JAHF website.

The deadline for  submission of papers is June 1, 2006.
The 2006 selection  committee is Chelsea Foxwell (the elected JAHF
graduate student representative, Columbia University), Jonathan Reynolds (University of Southern California), Gennifer Weisenfeld (Duke
University), Joshua Mostow (University of British Columbia), and Toshio
Watanabe (University of the Arts London).

Submissions should be  made by email. Texts should be in Microsoft Word;
Illustrations should be in MS  Power Point with individual illustration
images no larger than 75 dpi and the  total Power Point file no larger
than 4 MB.
Submissions not complying with the  specifications will not be accepted.
Please direct submissions and questions to

Toshio  Watanabe
Japan Art History  Forum

Professor Toshio Watanabe
Research Centre for Transnational Art, Identity and  Nation (TrAIN)
Chelsea College of Art and Design
16 John Islip Street,  London SW1P 4JU, UK
Tel: 020-7514 7770, Fax: 020-7514 7778
E-mail:  (English)
E-mail: (Japanese)



with kind regards,

Matthias Arnold (Art-Eastasia list)


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