Past Recipients

Year Recipient Title
2017 Patricia Greve Ontological Security, the Struggle for Recognition, and the Maintenance of Security Communities
2015 Taesuh Cha The Formation of American Exceptional Identities: A Three-Tier Model of the ‘Standard of Civilization’ in American Foreign Policy
2014 Swati Srivastava Varieties of Constructivism
2013 Robert Paul Musgrave and Yu-Ming Liou Selectorates, Resource Wealth, and Policy Agendas: Why Petroleum Only Sometimes Perpetuates Patriarchy
2012 Suzanne Hindmarch University of Toronto/Rupture and Continuity in Security Discourse: The Securitization of HIV in the UN system
2011 Jessica Auchter Border Monuments: Memory, Counter-Memory, and (B)ordering Practices Along the U.S.-Mexico Border
2010 Lauren Wilcox
Dying is Not Permitted: Sovereignty, Biopower, and Force Feeding at Guantanamo Bay
2008 Leonardo E. Figueroa-Helland TBD
2001 Kim D. Reimann TBD

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