The ISA Global Development Studies (GDS) Section is pleased to announce the call for submissions for the 2020 Edward Said Award.
The Edward Said Award has been established to honor the intellectual legacy of Professor Said and to recognize outstanding Graduate Research.
The paper should not have been accepted or even submitted for consideration for publication until award results have been informed.
Please send papers you wish to be considered for this Award to the following e-mail address by Monday February 17, 2020: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information please contact Dr. Randolph B. Persaud, Associate Professor, American University (SIS),
Washington D.C. Email: email@example.com
Congratulations to Recipients of the Edward Said Award
The Global Development Studies (GDS) Section is delighted to announce the following recipients:
Columba Achilleos-Sarll, Winner of the 2019 Edward Said Award! Columba's (Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick) paper "Seeing the Women, Peace and Security Agenda: Exploring Visual Recpresentations of Race and Gender" will be formally recognized at the GDS Section’s reception in Toronto
María José Méndez Gutiérrez, Winner of the 2018 Edward Said Award! María's (University of Minnesota) outstanding research and article ‘“The River Told Me”: Rethinking Intersectionality from the World of Berta Cáceres’ will be formally recognized at the GDS Section’s reception on San Francisco.
Ida Danewid, Winner of the 2017 Edward Said Award! Ida Danewid (London School of Economics and Political Science) is the Winner of of the 2017 Edward Said Award for her submission entitled “A Drowned Memory Space: White Innocence and the Politics of Mourning in the Black Mediterranean”. Ida’s paper is published in Third World Quarterly.
Timothy Seidel, Winner of the inaugural (2016) Edward Said Award! Timothy Seidel (Eastern Mennonite 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". Timothy’s paper is published in Third World Quarterly 37(9):1644-1660.
Award Chairs please review dates to ensure deadlines are met.