Essay competition on Christianity in East Asia announced

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October 15th, 2012

The Henry Martyn essay writing competition on Christianity in East Asia

The Henry Martyn Centre invites students of post-graduate degrees and those who have recently completed (MA, PhD and equivalents) to enter an essay writing competition of between 5,000 and 6,000 words on any aspect of Christianity in East Asia. Submissions from the fields of theology, history and the social sciences are all welcome.

The winning entry will be considered for possible publication by the editor of the peer-reviewed journal, Studies in World Christianity (Edinburgh University Press). The writer of the winning entry will also receive a prize of £500. S/he and two runners up will also receive a year’s subscription to Studies in World Christianity.

The closing date for this year’s competition is 31st July 2013.

Submissions should made electronically and should be sent to Ms Polly Keen, HMC administrator, pk262@cam.ac.uk.

See website for further details http://www.martynmission.cam.ac.uk/pages/posts/east-asian-essay-competition56.php

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