Dr. Leopold Lucas Prize

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The Dr. The Leopold Lucas Prize is awarded annually by the Evangelical Theological Faculty on behalf of the Eberhard Karls University of Tübingen . It was donated in 1972 by Franz D. Lucas on the 100th birthday of his father, Rabbi Leopold Lucas , who died in Theresienstadt . The award, endowed with 50,000 euros, recognizes outstanding achievements in the fields of theology, intellectual history, historical research and philosophy, as well as the commitment to international understanding and tolerance.

Award winners

Dr. Leopold Lucas Young Scientist Prize

Since 1986, the Dr. Leopold Lucas Young Scientist Prize has also been awarded as part of the award of the Dr. Leopold Lucas Prize . At the suggestion of Frank Lucas, the son of the prize donor Franz D. Lucas, who died in 1998, several winners have been awarded since 2000. An outstanding dissertation that was submitted to one of the faculties listed in the foundation statute - the Protestant Theological and Catholic Theological Faculties and the Faculty of Philosophy and History - is awarded with a grant of 20,000 euros.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Leopold Lucas Prize 2020 goes to Linda Woodhead and Adam Seligman. In: uni-tuebingen.de. University of Tübingen, March 20, 2020, accessed on March 25, 2020 .