Cambridge University Reporter

Hare Prize: Notice

Statutes and Ordinances, 2006, pp. 706 and 774

The Hare Prize is offered annually for a dissertation on a subject proposed by the candidate and approved by the Faculty Board of Classics, which falls within the scope of the Faculty of Classics. The Prize is open to any member of the University who has been approved by the Board of Graduate Studies for the award of the Ph.D. Degree during the calendar year next proceeding the year of the award.

The candidate shall notify the Registrary (addressed to the Awards Clerk), The Old Schools, Cambridge, CB2 1TN, not later than the fifth day of Full Lent Term, i.e. 19 January 2007, of the title of the dissertation that he or she proposes to submit. The Registrary shall communicate proposed titles to the Secretary of the Faculty Board of Classics and shall inform candidates of the approval or rejection of their titles. Candidates whose titles have been approved must send their dissertations to the Secretary of the Faculty Board of Classics so as to arrive not later than the last day of the Lent Term, i.e. 25 March 2007. A dissertation shall not exceed 80,000 words in length. The Faculty Board of Classics shall select not more than three dissertations from among those submitted and shall refer them to the Adjudicators. The award shall be made not later than the Division of the ensuing Michaelmas Term.

The value of the Prize shall be about £2,250. The prize-money shall not be paid until the successful candidate deposits a copy of his or her dissertation in the library of the Faculty of Classics.