The Evangelical History Association is pleased to announce the establishment of the Robert D Linder Evangelical History Prize.
The Robert D Linder Evangelical History Prize is to serve as a memorial to the contribution of Robert D Linder to the study of Australian evangelical history.
The Prize is intended to foster and recognize research and scholarship in the field of the history of evangelicalism.
The Prize will be awarded each year to the best essay on a subject connected with the history of evangelicalism.
The winning author will receive $500AUD. The winning entry will be published in Lucas: An Evangelical History Review. Other essays entered into the competition will be considered for publication in Lucas.
Essay requirements: · Essays on any aspect of the history of evangelicalism will be considered. · Essays must be based on original research or offer a fresh interpretation of well-known evidence. · Essays must be between 4000 and 8000 words in length. · Essays must use the ‘General Style Guide for Lucas Contributions’ published at the end of each number of Lucas. · Essays already published, or accepted for publication, or under consideration for publication, are not eligible.
Essays should be submitted by email as a Word attachment to the Secretary of the Evangelical History Association at email@example.com by 31 January 2024. The winner will be announced at the Annual General Meeting of the Association in March-April 2024.