2021 Neu-Whitrow Prize: Submission form
The Neu-Whitrow Prize is awarded every four years to an individual or team for creating the most innovative research tool for managing, documenting and analyzing sources within the history of science and technology.
The Prize is awarded by the Commission on Bibliography and Documentation (CBD) of the International Union of History and Philosophy of Science and Technology/Division of History of Science and Technology (IUHPST/DHST). The CBD invites submissions for the third Neu-Whitrow Prize to be awarded in 2021. The primary goal is to encourage the development of innovative research tools which includes bibliographies, archival finding aids and other scholarly resource discovery tools.
The entries will be judged on their content, usability, and precision. They can be either print-based or digital. Information about the prize, eligibility and submission process can be found at
1) Submitted this form.
2) Send us a separate email with a descriptive essay of 2000 to 3000 words in English. The essay should be sent as a PDF attachment to
. The subject line should read: "2021 NWP Submission - your name." The essay must explain the purpose and nature of the work. It must answer the following questions: What is its purpose? Why is it important? Who will benefit? Are there any other relevant discovery tools or resources available of a similar sort and if so, how is this different?
3) If your project is not a digital project, you must also attach a PDF of the project entry to the email.
Affiliation, if any
Short biographical statement (< 1500 characters, ~250 words)
Project abstract (< 1500 characters, ~250 words)
URL of project (if digital). Please see instructions for non-digital submissions.
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