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The Ethnicity, Nationalism and Migration Section (ENMISA) Distinguished Book Award Selection Committee invites nominations and submissions for the section's Distinguished Book Award competition. 

Alex Walker posted in Awards, Diplomatic Studies (DPLST) on November 28, 2016

The DPLST Section is inviting nominations for two awards: The DPLST Young Scholar Award and the DPLST Article Award.

The Global Development Studies (GDS) Section in collaboration with Third World Quarterly are delighted to announce the second instance of the Edward Said Award for the best Graduate Paper.

The FTGS Section is happy to announce the FTGS book award! The competition was steep and spurned some very tough decisions. Thus, the committee is very pleased to make two awards this year:

Jemima Repo's The Biopolitics of Gender (Oxford, 2105)
Lauren Wilcox's Bodies of Violence (Oxford, 2014)

Alex Walker posted in Awards on October 10, 2016
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, & Allies Caucus (LGBTQA) is pleased to announce the call for applications/nominations for our two annual awards, the LGBTQA Scholar Award and the Courage Award. Full details of these awards are provided below. For any further information or to submit a nomination, please contact the LGBTQA Caucus Nomination and Awards Officer, Alison Howell at Nominations should be received by October 24, 2016.
Alex Walker posted in Awards on September 07, 2016
The Global Development Studies (GDS) Section in collaboration with Third World Quarterly are delighted to announce Timothy Seidel (American University) as the Winner of the inaugural Edward Said Award for his submission entitled "'Occupied Territory Is Occupied Territory': James Baldwin, Palestine and the Possibilities of Transnational Solidarity". 
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