ISHR awards an annual prize for the best article published in Rhetorica at its Biennial Congress. A prize of $1000(US) is awarded by the International Society for the History of Rhetoric (ISHR) for the best article published in Rhetorica. The winner, selected by a panel of judges from ISHR, will announced and the prize awarded at the Society’s biennial meeting in London in July 2017.
ISHR Research Fellowships support individuals engaged in advanced research related to the theory and practice of rhetoric in all periods and languages and the relationship of rhetoric to poetics, literary theory and criticism, philosophy, politics, religion, law, and other aspects of the socio-cultural context. Fellowships may not be used for research designed to further pedagogy in rhetorical speaking and writing.
Fellowships are designed to support research projects that may be completed within one year. Fellowships are for US$5000.00 (or the equivalent) and are delivered to recipients on or about 1 January of the award year. Fellowship recipients are expected to work full time on award projects for at least two months during the award year.