The Editors of British Naval History are pleased to announce the 2014 Alan Villiers Memorial Lecture Essay Competition, with the support of the Society for Nautical Research, the Naval Review, and the Britannia Naval Research Association. The AVML Essay Competition is designed with four goals:
1) To encourage the study of maritime and naval history at the Postgraduate level.
2) To provide an opportunity for Postgraduate students to publish a mid-length academic research paper.
3) To provide an opportunity for Postgraduate students to become known to, and involved with, several non-University naval and maritime history research associations.
4) To provide an opportunity for graduate students to communicate, and receive feedback on, the current form of their argument or analysis.
Entries to the 2014 Alan Villiers Memorial Lecture Essay Competition are to:
1) Address an aspect of naval or maritime history, or related fields with a maritime or naval focus.
2) Be the result of primary source research, either archival sources or hands-on research.
3) Focus on analysis and the communication of an argument.
4) Be no longer than 5,000 words including endnotes
5) Comply with the British Naval History Style Guide
1) Entries must be submitted by 30 April 2014.
2) Author must be a current Postgraduate student (MA, PhD or equivalent), or have completed their programme no earlier than January 1st 2014.
3) Entries must be submitted along with a reference letter from the student’s primary supervisor.
4) Entries must be submitted by email to email@example.com
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