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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 19
Congratulations to Laura J. Miller () for winning the Distinguished Scholarly Publication Award of the American Sociological Association Section on the Sociology of Consumers and Consumption ().
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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 18
Co-congratulations to Héctor Carrillo (, ) and Carla A. Pfeffer (), co-winners of the 2018 Distinguished Book Award. Carrillo's PATHWAYS OF DESIRE was published by .
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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 18
Congratulations to Geneviève Zubrzycki (), whose book BEHEADING THE SAINT has won the John Porter Tradition of Excellence Book Award from the Canadian Sociological Association ().
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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 15
Congratulations to Natasha Warikoo (), whose book THE DIVERSITY BARGAIN has received an honorable mention for the 2018 Oliver Cromwell Cox Book Award from the ASA’s Section on Racial & Ethnic Minorities ().
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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 13
Congratulations to Mary Campbell (), whose first book received an honorable mention from the 2018 Mormon History Association Best Book Award.
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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 6
Please join us in congratulating Shobita Parthasarathy (), who has won the 2018 Merton Book Award from the ASA’s Science, Knowledge, and Technology Section ().
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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 6
Excited and honored to announce that Catherine Gallagher (professor emerita at ) has won the Jacques Barzun Prize in Cultural History from , who will present the award at their Autumn General Meeting in November.
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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 5
Congratulations to Matthew S. Champion (), whose book THE FULLNESS OF TIME is on the Gladstone Prize shortlist.
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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 4
Great news coming out of : Debra Hawhee’s RHETORIC IN TOOTH AND CLAW won the Book Award.
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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 4
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UChicagoPressAwards Jun 1
Congratulations to Amanda Jo Goldstein () and the other authors who have been shortlisted for the 2018 Kenshur Prize from the Center for Eighteenth-Century Studies at .
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UChicagoPressAwards May 31
We’re thrilled to announce that Julia Bryan-Wilson’s FRAY: ART AND TEXTILE POLITICS has been awarded the 2018 Robert Motherwell Book Award from the Dedalus Foundation ().
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UChicagoPressAwards May 30
Congratulations to Nina Sylvanus () and the other authors who have been shortlisted for the Fage and Oliver Monograph Prize of the African Studies Association of the UK. ()
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UChicagoPressAwards May 29
We begin a short week with a big win! John Durham Peters’s SPEAKING INTO THE AIR (2001) has been awarded the 2018 ICA Fellows Book Award (), which recognizes substantial communication scholarship that has stood the test of time.
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UChicagoPressAwards May 25
Congratulations to Andy Clarno, whose NEOLIBERAL APARTHEID—the culmination of a decade of research in the Johannesburg and Jerusalem regions—has won the 2018 Paul Sweezy Book Award from the Marxist Sociology section of the ASA.
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UChicagoPressAwards May 22
Congratulations to Terrence E. McDonnell (), who received an honorable mention from the Book Award for BEST LAID PLANS.
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UChicagoPressAwards May 21
The longlist for best scholarly book on the history of science includes three authors. Congratulations to Gowan Dawson (), Evelleen Richards (), and Jutta Schickore ()!
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UChicagoPressAwards May 15
Congratulations to Jeffrey Sklansky (Department of History, ), whose book SOVEREIGN OF THE MARKET earned an honorable mention from the Society for U.S. Intellectual History ().
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UChicagoPressAwards May 14
The week starts off with a win! Congratulations to Hussein Fancy () for winning the 2018 Verbruggen Prize from De Re Militari ().
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UChicagoPressAwards May 11
Congratulations to Kenda Mutongi (), whose book MATATU has won the 2018 Hagley Prize in Business History from the Business History Conference ().
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