Awards

ASH Berlin regularly presents two awards:

The Alice Salomon Award is presented to individuals who have made notable contributions supporting the work of the founder of our university.

The Alice Salomon Poetics Prize honours artists who have contributed to the further development of the literary, visual or acoustic arts through special stylistic idioms and diversity while working in an interdisciplinary manner and having an interdisciplinary effect.

The two awards are presented every year at the university’s annual reception at the start of the year.

Alice Salomon Award

The Alice Salomon Award is presented by the university in recognition of individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the emancipation of women and the development of social work, thereby continuing and strengthening the work Alice Salomon in today’s world.

The award is also intended to increase public awareness of the life’s work of Alice Salomon, honouring its continuing importance and currency.

The winners:

2018: Urmila Chaudhary
2013: Marisela Ortiz and Norma Andrade
2010: Rugiatu Neneh Turay
2008: Barbara Lochbihler
2004: Fadéla Amara
2001: Alice Shalvi

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Alice Salomon Poetics Prize

Following the introduction of the first Master’s degree programme in "Biographical and Creative Writing" in Germany in winter semester 2006/07, ASH Berlin awarded the first Alice Salomon Poetics Prize. The award is linked with an Alice Salomon poetics lectureship. It is presented every two years (until 2017 annually) to artists who have contributed to the further development of the literary, visual or acoustic artists through special stylistic idioms and diversity while working in an interdisciplinary manner and having an interdisciplinary effect. The prize is endowed with 6,000 euros.

The winners:

2017: Barbara Köhler

2016: Elfriede Czurda

2015: Volker Ludwig

2014: Franz Hohler

2013: Andreas Steinhöfel

2012: Emine Sevgi Özdamar

2011: Eugen Gomringer

2010: Valeri Scherstjanoi

2008: Rebecca Horn

2007: Gerhard Rühm

2006: Michael Roes

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