Call for papers: Rupert-Riedl Prize 2008

bridges vol. 17, April 2008 / Noteworthy Information

The Club of Vienna an international association for the promotion of interdisciplinary research for Vienna, and the City of Vienna are awarding the €1,000 Rupert-Riedl Prize to interdisciplinary diploma theses and dissertations in the field of sustainable development.

To be eligible to participate, applicants must have completed their thesis or dissertation within the social sciences, the humanities, natural sciences, economics, or technology.  

{access view=guest}Access to the full article is free, but requires you to register. Registration is simple and quick – all we need is your name and a valid e-mail address. We appreciate your interest in bridges.{/access} {access view=!guest} Rubert Riedl was an Austrian zoologist who made contributions in the fields of marine biology, morphology, theory of evolution, evolutionary epistemology, and environment and society. Therefore, the most important criterion for prize-winning is to anchor the paper in the evolutionary theory of cognition. Other criteria include interdisciplinarity, socio-political relevance, and scientific excellence.

Papers for submission will be accepted in either written or electronic form until June 1, 2008.

For more information please refer to the complete call for papers
(downloads/pdfs/CallForPapers_RupertRiedlPrize2008.pdf ).

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