Northedge Prize

Northedge 2019_Call For Submissions

 

Deadline: 15 January 2019

Recent Winners:

2018
Adam B. Lerner, ‘The Uses and Abuses of Victimhood Nationalism in International Politics’.

2017
Karin Narita, ‘Re-centering the marginalized: intersectional feminism and the post-World War II US occupation of Japan’.

2015
Katarzyna Kaczmarska, ‘Studying its own picture? Representing and Reifying International Society’.

2014
Sebastian Schindler, ‘Man versus State: Contested Agency in the United Nations’.

2013
Philippe M. Frowd, ‘State Personhood, Abjection and the United States’ HIV Travel Ban’.

2012
Rosa Vasilaki,  ‘Provincializing IR? Deadlocks and Prospects in Post-Western IR Theory’

2011
Anne Harrington de Santana, ‘The Strategy of Nonproliferation: Maintaining the Credibility of an Incredible Pledge to Disarm’

2010
Ann Sagan, ‘African Criminals/African Victims: The Institutionalised Production of Cultural Narratives in International Criminal Law’

2009
Kora Andrieu, ‘”Sorry for the Genocide”: How Public Apologies can Help Promote National Reconciliation’

2008
Martin Müller, ‘Situating Identities: Enacting and Studying Europe at Russian Elite University’

2006
Brendan Donegan, ‘Governmental Regionalism: Power/Knowledge and Neoliberal Regional Integration in Asia and Latin America’

2005
Caleb Gallemore, ‘Of Lords and (Cyber)Serfs: eGovernment and Poststructuralism in a Neomedieval Europe’

2004
Graham Gerard Ong, ‘Building an IR Theory with “Japanese Characteristics”: Nishida Kitaro and “Emptiness”‘

2002
Xavier Guillaume, ‘Foreign Policy and the Politics of Alterity: A Dialogical Understanding of International Relations’

2001
Colin Hoadley, ‘Machiavelli, a Man of ‘His’ Time: R.B.J. Walker and The Prince’

1999
Peter Nyers, ‘Emergency or Emerging Identities? Refugees and Transformations in World Order’