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Alex Walker posted on July 17, 2015 12:33
The J. Ann Tickner Book Prize honors outstanding new work in the tradition of Tickner’s pioneering scholarship. 
The Tickner Prize was established in recognition of Professor Tickner’s path-breaking scholarship on gender and feminist International Relations and her tireless commitment to engagement across disciplinary paradigms. The prize seeks to recognize the author of a book that critically engages IR theory, that questions disciplinary assumptions, and that helps build practical knowledge to address pressing issues and contribute to a more just and peaceful world. Professor Emerita J. Ann Tickner is an eminent scholar of International Relations and a distinguished member of the SIR faculty from 1995 – 2011 (and now Distinguished Scholar in Residence at American University). 
Administered biennially by the School of International Relations (SIR) at the University of Southern California (USC) in Los Angeles, the prize includes a $1,000 award and an invitation to USC to give a formal lecture. Four copies of books to be considered must be sent to the committee by the deadline of August 15th, 2015, clearly labeled “J. Ann Tickner Book Prize”. Nominations must be in English, and have a copyright date between July 2013 and June 2015.
The winner will be announced in Spring 2016, and the Honoree Lecture will be scheduled for academic year 2016 – 2017.

Please send submissions to:

J. Ann Tickner Book Prize
USC School of International Relations
c/o Christina Gray
4418 SE 75th Ave
Portland OR 97206
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