John W. Kluge Prize for Achievement in the Study of Humanity

Established with an endowment provided by the late John W. Kluge, the Kluge Prize recognizes and celebrates work of the highest quality and greatest impact that advances understanding of the human experience. The Prize is awarded on a semi-regular basis, usually every two years. The Prize is international; the recipient may be of any nationality, and write and work in any language. The Prize is ordinarily a $1 million award.

Eligibility: The Prize is international; the recipient may be of any nationality, and write and work in any language. The Library of Congress invites nominations for the Kluge Prize from knowledgeable individuals in colleges, universities, government agencies, embassies, and research institutions across the globe, as well as from independent scholars and writers and from library curators.

Note: If institutional nomination/external expert review is sought (individuals may also nominate candidates outside of the institutional process), please submit a candidate suggestion form three months in advance of the external deadlineto recommend a candidate to the President’s Advisory Committee on Awards, Honours and Prizes. For more information, please contact awards@sfu.ca.

Agency Website: https://www.loc.gov/programs/john-w-kluge-center/kluge-prize/nomination-process/

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