Amerasia Journal invites faculty to nominate exceptional graduate student essays (masters and doctoral level) in the interdisciplinary field of Asian American and Pacific Islander Studies for the Lucie Cheng Prize. The winning article will be published in Amerasia Journal, and $1000 will be awarded.
The Lucie Cheng Prize honors the late Professor Lucie Cheng (1939-2010), a longtime faculty member of UCLA and the first permanent director of the UCLA Asian American Studies Center (1972-1987). Professor Cheng was a pioneering scholar who brought an early and enduring transnational focus to the study of Asian Americans and issues such as labor and immigration.
Submission: Nomination must be submitted via email by the graduate advisor no later than October 1, 2011 and include:
- Graduate Advisor Name, Title, Institution, and Contact Information
- Graduate Advisor Recommendation (500 word limit)
- Graduate Student Brief CV (2 page)
- Essay (5000-7000 words) in WORD file according to the Amerasia Journal Style Sheet
Submit Materials and Queries to: firstname.lastname@example.org