Emil Hilton Saggau (Copenhagen University) won the 2018 Miklós Tomka Award for his paper "Un(b)locking the Sacred: new perspectives on the religious revival in South East Europe".
|ISORECEA President Dinka Marinović Jerolimov congratulates the winner Emil Hilton Saggau (Copenhagen University).|
Miklós Tomka Award
The ISORECEA Board has established the Miklós Tomka Award to honour Miklós Tomka, the internationally acknowledged and widely esteemed scholar of religion specializing in the Central and Eastern European region, who died unexpectedly in 2010.
The Award is granted based on a competitive basis for the best conference paper submitted to the Award Committee. The paper should refer to the conference theme. The competition is open to early career scholars, with a special focus on PhD students. The Award comprises:
- The publication of the paper in the ISORECEA on-line journal Religion and Society in Central and Eastern Europe;
- Exemption from the conference fee;
- Covering accommodation costs at the conference.
For details see:
We are looking forward to receiving your papers!
|ISORECEA President:||President of the Local Committee:|
|Dinka Marinović Jerolimov||András Máté-Tóth|