A map of FTGS's Proposals Received for ISA 2020
About the Award
FTGS annually awards a book prize in the International Relations sub-field of Feminist Theory and Gender Studies. The award recognizes a book published in the preceding two calendar years that excels in originality, impact, and rigor towards furthering feminist theory and gender studies within the discipline of international relations.
Apply for the FTGS Book Prize
Please send your nominations, with details of the publication and a 300-500 word justification, to the chair of the committee Annika Bergman Rosamond (Annika.Bergman_Rosamond@svet.lu.se) no later than July 3rd, 2020. Upon receipt of the nomination materials, you will receive further instruction on sending the books to this year’s committee: Annika Bergman Rosamond (chair), Catherine Goetze, Itziar Mujika Chao and Amya Agarwal
The ISA Feminist Theory and Gender Studies (FTGS) Section is pleased to announce the winners of their 2020 awards:
FTGS Early Career Award for Community Engagement – Dr Akanksha Mehta, Department of Media, Communications and Cultural Studies, Centre for Feminist Research, Goldsmiths University, London,
FTGS Book Prize – Dr. Sara Motta as the winner of the award. Sara works at the University of Newcastle, Australia, Newcastle Business School.
FTGS Student Paper Award – María José Méndez, Department of Political Science at the University of Minnesota
FTGS Eminent Scholar Award – Professor Jacqui True, University of Monash, Australia; Professor of International Relations and Director of Monash University’s Centre for Gender, Peace and Security.
The FTGS convention awards – Zanardi and Ariel Mekler
Results of the 2020 FTGS election:
Joint Section Chairs:
Yacob-Haliso Olajumoke (Associate Professor at the Political Science Department at Babcok University Nigeria), 2020-23.
Yadav Punam (Senior Research Fellow and the Co-Director of the IRDR Centre for Gender and Disaster at the University College London), 2020-23.
Theresa de Langis (Past Director of the Center for Southeast Asian studies and Professor of Global Affairs at American University of Phnom Penh), 2020-23.
Sara Motta (Associate Professor in Politics, University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia). (2020-23)
Members at Large:
Agarwal, Amya (Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Centre for Global Cooperation Research in Duisburg, Germany, 2020-22.
Singh Rathore, Khushi (PhD candidate in International Politics in Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), India), 2020-22.
Mhajne, Anwar (Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science, Stonehill College, USA), 2020-22.
Kilicoglu, Zeynep (PhD candidate in International Relations, Steven J. Green School of International and Public Affairs, Florida International University), 2020-2021.
Álvares Ferreira, Amanda (PhD candidate in International Relations at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio) 2020-2021.
Olajumoke Yacob-Haliso | Section Co-Chair April 2021 - March 2023 Babcock University
Punam Yadav | Section Co-Chair April 2021 - March 2023 University College London
Theresa de Langis | Section Program Co-ChairApril 2021 - March 2023 American University of Phnom Penh
Sara C. Motta | Section Program Co-ChairApril 2021 - March 2023 University of Newcastle
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