Congratulations to Laura Jung, the 2021 recipient of the Edward Said Award: Global Development Studies (GDS) Section’s Graduate Paper, for her paper “Made to ‘Remain in the Concentration Camp’ – Psychiatric Treatment of Holocaust Survivors in Post-WWII West-Germany”! Congratulations also to the 2021 runner up, David K. Johnson, for his paper “Walter Rodney and the Method of International Political Economy”. See the previous recipients below.
|2021 ||Laura Jung ||Made to ‘Remain in the Concentration Camp’ – Psychiatric Treatment of Holocaust Survivors in Post-WWII West-Germany |
|2020 ||Columba Achilleos-Sarll ||Seeing the Women, Peace and Security Agenda: Exploring Visual Recpresentations of Race and Gender |
|2019 ||Kenneth C Shadlen ||“Coalitions and Compliance: the political economy of pharmaceutical patents in Latin America” |
|2018 ||Emma-Louise Anderson and Amy S. Patterson ||Dependent Agency in the Global Health Regime: Local African responses to Donor AIDS efforts |
|2017 ||Catherine Yuk-ping Lo ||HIV/AIDS in China and India: Governing Health Security |
|2016 ||Adam Kamradt-Scott ||Managing Global Health Security: The World Health Organization and Disease Outbreak Control |