Awards and Grants
To honor the memory of Raymund Schwager, SJ ( 2004), the Colloquium on Violence and Religion is offering an award of $ 1,000 shared by up to three persons for the three best papers given by graduate students at the COV&R 2007 meeting in Amsterdam.
Students presenting papers at the conference are invited to apply for the Raymund Schwager Memorial Award by sending a letter to that effect and the full text of their paper (in English, maximum length: 10 pages) in an e-mail attachment to Simon Simonse, organizer of COV&R 2007 and chair of the three-person COV&R Awards Committee (email@example.com). Due date for submission: May 1, 2007. Winners will be announced in the conference program. Prize-winning essays will be considered for publication in Contagion.
>> On July 5 2007 presented to John Roedel (paper Vulnerability Not Tolerance: How Nonviolence Works)
COV&R members are invited to suggest graduate students or other scholars to the COV&R Board for scholarships supporting their conference attendance. Only first-time attendees are eligible. The board will sponsor the attendance of up to three persons with normally an amount of $ 200, maximum $ 300 each. The officers of COV&R will base their decision above all on the need of the suggested persons.