Conflict, Social Action, and Change Division
STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION
The Conflict, Social Action, and Change Division announceits 2019 Graduate Student Paper Competition. Students are encouraged to submit theoretical or empirical papers that address some aspect of the interrelation of conflict, social action, and change. Topics for submission might include, but not limited to the following themes; Gender Dynamics, Racism & Discrimination, Poverty, Environmental Racism and Discrimination, and Immigration. The winner of the competition will receive a $300 cash award, a plaque, a one-year student membership to SSSP, and conference registration fees to the 2019 SSSP meeting in New York City. Guidelines for submission discussedbelow. A papermust not be published or accepted for publication. Also, papers must be authoredby a current graduate student (either solely or co-authored by more than one graduate student) and may not be co-authored by a faculty member or other non-student. The student may not submit the same paper to more than one division. Papers must not exceed 30 pages including all notes, references, and tables. Please both upload your submission to the annual meeting Call for Papers submission site AND send an electronic copy of the paper and a cover letter to Amani M. Awwad at with the subject line: SSSP-CSAC Student Paper Competition.