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Organized Section 33: Best Paper Award

Race, Ethnicity and Politics Section Award Recipients 

Best Paper Award

The Best Paper Award is given for the best paper on Race, Ethnicity, and Politics presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting.

2015
 

Renee Rocha,
University of Iowa
“Latino Identity, Ethnic Context, and Mass Deportation" 
2015  Elizabeth Maltby, University of Iowa
“Latino Identity, Ethnic Context, and Mass Deportation" 
2015 Michael Jones-Correa, Cornell University
“The Impact of Large-Scale Collective Action on Latino Perceptions of Commonality and Competition with African-Americans." 
2015  Sophia Wallace, Rutgers University
“The Impact of Large-Scale Collective Action on Latino Perceptions of Commonality and Competition with African-Americans."  
2015  Chris Zepeda-Millan, University of California, Berkeley
“The Impact of Large-Scale Collective Action on Latino Perceptions of Commonality and Competition with African-Americans." 
2013 Joshua Zingher, SUNY, Binghamton University
"The Spatial and Demographic Determinants of Racial Threat: A Demonstartion from Louisiana"
2013 Michael Thomas, SUNY, Binghamton University
"The Spatial and Demographic Determinants of Racial Threat: A Demonstartion from Louisiana"
2010 Susan Eckstein, Boston University
The Immigrant Divide:How Cuban Americans Changed the US and their Homeland
2009 Matt Barreto, University of Washington
"Is Islam Compatible With the West? Muslim American Political Participation In America." (2008 REP Program)
2009 Karam Dana, University of Washington
"Is Islam Compatible With the West? Muslim American Political Participation In America." (2008 REP Program)
2007 William Hudson, Providence College
When Church Teachings and Republican Ideology Collide: The Perspectives of Catholic Republicans in the House of Representatives
2004 Christopher Parker, University of California, Santa Barbara
"Shades of Patriotism: Group Identity, National Identity, and Democracy"
2000 Yasmeen Abu-Laban, University of Alberta
"Reconstructing an Inclusive Citizenship: Globalization, Migration, and Difference"
1998 Clare Sheridan, University of Texas, Austin
"A Genealogy of Citizenship: Mexican Americans, Race, and National Identity."

 
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