Goldziher Prize 2012
Named for the great 19th century Islamicist, Ignac Goldziher, the 2010 award (for scholarship) was presented to Mark R. Cohen of Princeton University.
Nominations, including self-nominations, accepted until October 1, 2011CE. The nomination process begins by downloading a nomination ballot below.
Please follow instructions carefully. Do not send more than the required nomination ballot at this time. We are not currently accepting supporting materials.
For a Word document ballot which can be downloaded, completed on your computer, saved and sent as an attachment, click here. Please send completed ballot to: GoldziherAward@merrimack.edu.
For a PDF which can be printed from your computer, completed by hand and mailed, click here. Ballots may be mailed to:
Center for the Study of Jewish-Christian-Muslim Relations
315 Turnpike Street, A-34
North Andover, MA 01845
For more information on the Goldziher Prize 2010 please see our News and Events section to the left.
Rabbi Burton Visotzky, winner of the 2012 Goldziher Prize, will present the 2014 Goldziher Lecture on, “From Cairo to Qatar, Oman and Beyond: Jewish-Muslim Dialogue in the U.S. and Internationally.”
President Hopey joins Dr. Mohamed Lazzouni, and Cardinal Sean O’Malley in congratulating Rabbi Burton Visotzky from the Jewish Theological Seminary in NYC on his being awarded the 2012 Golziher Award. Sponsored by the Center for Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations.