The Nine Dots Prize winner can spend a term at CRASSH at the University of Cambridge. Hear from CRASSH's Director, Professor Steven Connor, about what support will be available to the winner if they take up this opportunity.
Submissions have opened today for the next cycle of the Prize, which this year is asking entrants to answer the following question in 3,000 words: 'Is there still no place like home?' The winner will receive US$100,000 and a book deal with Cambridge University Press, for a book which will expand on the ideas in their response to the Prize question. Read more.