EARLY CAREER ACHIEVEMENT PRIZE OF THE OSCAR MONTELIUS FOUNDATION

The Oscar Montelius Foundation (OMF) instituted the Early Career Achievement Prize (ECAP) in 2021. The OMF Trustees will award the Prize annually for an outstanding early career/early professional contribution to archaeological and heritage related work with broader societal impact. To qualify for the Early Career Achievement Prize, the nominee should be a recent PhD or MA/MS (within five years of the date of submission of the nomination) or other early career professional (hired within five years of submission of the nomination).

The awardee/s will be selected by the OMF trustees and the prize will be presented by the OMF Chair each year at the Opening Ceremony of the Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA).

The major evaluation criteria – recommended to be addressed in the application form – are as follows: 

  1. Societal impact
  2. Innovative impact
  3. Interdisciplinary impact
  4. International impact

The Committee will discuss all serious proposals for the Prize. No self-nominations are accepted. Nominations may be made by any of the following:

  • Members of the European Association of Archaeologists (all membership categories)
  • Professors and heads of departments of archaeology at European universities and institutes
  • Directors of governmental heritage management organisations and agencies in European countries (members of the Council of Europe)
  • Non-governmental archaeological, heritage, and professional organisations in European countries.

The 2022 Early Career Achievement Prize will be awarded during the Opening Ceremony of the 28th EAA Annual Meeting in Budapest, Hungary, on 31 August 2022. The awarded candidate(s) are expected to attend the Ceremony in person. The prize consists of a diploma and three years' EAA membership covered by the OMF.

RECIPIENTS OF THE EARLY CAREER ACHIEVEMENT PRIZE

2022: Constanze Hedwig Schattke
2021: Anita Radini

Nominations for the 2022 Early Career Achievement Prize, with full citations and using the form, must be received by the EAA Secretariat at administrator@e-a-a.org before 15 July 2022.

ECAP form
(Microsoft Word Document)