The deadline for submissions is midnight on July 1, 2015. Submissions should be made electronically, either as an attachment to an email or as a link within an email; see the technical notes below for more details. The email should be sent to the section co-convener, Stephen Winick, at email@example.com. The subject line of the email should be “Bronson Prize Submission.”
For the first year of the reinstated prize, we will accept papers produced by students in the last 3 years, even if the students have since graduated. In the case of a recent graduate, we may check with the student’s professor to ensure the paper is substantially the same as the one that was written as a student.
Technical notes: the projects will be evaluated by a committee. Thus, papers are best submitted as electronic files, preferably Word documents, which can be emailed among committee members. Audio projects can be submitted as mp3 files or placed online where they can be downloaded or streamed from committee members’ home institutions. Video projects should ideally be placed online for downloading or streaming, since the size of video files makes them hard to distribute via email. You may use a commercial site such as YouTube, or a private personal site, for this purpose. In the case of media submissions placed online, please send an email cover letter as detailed above, with a link to the streaming or downloadable media file or the web page where it resides.