Past Recipients

Year Recipient Title
2017 Cara Daggett Energetic Racism Fossil Fuels and Thermodynamics in 19th Century New Imperialism
2015 Boaz Atzili & Anne J. Kantel Accepting the Unacceptable: Lessons from West Germany's Changing Border Policies
2014 Giovanni Mantilla Social Coercion in International Law-Making: The Forgotten Revision of the Geneva Conventions in the 1970s
2013 Andrew A. G. Ross A Good Use of Force: Humanitarian Sentiment and the Micropolitics of War in Iraq
2012 Dr. Rose Shinko Theorizing Embodied Practices in IR
2011 Dr. Nicholas C. Wheeler War-Making and State-Making Revisited: Examining the Importance of Power, War and Society in Early Modern Europe
2010 Derick Becker (St. John’s) Citizen Consumer: Locating the Individual in Good Governance
2006 Waleed Hazbun Globalization, the Middle East, and the Geopolitics of Tourism
2002 Michael Clancy TBD
2001 Mary Caprioli/ Peter F. Trumbore TBD

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