STUDENT AWARD

The European Association of Archaeologists instituted the EAA Student Award in 2002. The prize is awarded annually for the best paper presented at the EAA conference by a student or archaeologist, working on a dissertation. Papers are evaluated for their academic merit and innovative ideas by the Award Selection Committee. The Committee consists of representatives of the EAA Executive Board, and is chaired by the General Editor of the European Journal of Archaeology. The Award consists of a diploma and one or more book vouchers. The winner of the award is announced at the Opening Ceremony. The winning paper will be considered for publication in the European Journal of Archaeology (EJA). 

All MA and Ph.D. students, as well as archaeologists working on a dissertation, who present a paper at the conference are eligible to apply, and are encouraged to submit their papers to the Award Selection Committee. All co-authors (up to a maximum of 3 co-authors) must prove their student status; papers co-authored by a thesis supervisor are not eligible. Please email a covering letter, CV(s) and draft of the conference paper (2,000 - 8,000 words, ideally following the Notes for Contributors for the EJA ) to the EAA Administrator, Sylvie Kvetinov√°: (administrator@e-a-a.org), before 13 August 2017.

RECIPIENTS OF THE EAA STUDENT AWARD
2017 - Emma Brownlee and Yftinus van Popta
2016 - Sian Mui and Shumon Hussain
2015 - Patrycja Kupiec, and special commendation to Christine Cave and Alex Davies
2014 - Can Aksoy and Ziyacan Bayar
2013 - Oliver Dietrich
2012 - Maria Leena Lahtinen
2011 - Heide Wrobel Norgaard
2010 - Camilla Norman
2009 - Pamela Cross
2008 - NOT AWARDED
2007 - Goce Naumov
2006 - NOT AWARDED
2005 - Marta Caroscio
2004 - Jonathan D. Le Huray
2003 - Anita Synnestvedt 
2002 - Laura M. Popova
The EAA appreciates support of the Student Award by the SPONSORS (in alphabetial order):