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Wilson Carey McWilliams Best Paper Award
The Wilson Carey McWilliams Best Paper Award is given for the best paper presented at the previous year’s APSA Annual Meeting.
|2016 ||Arlene Saxenhouse, University of Michigan|
"Save Our City: The Curious Absence of Aeschylus in Modern Political Thought."
||Joshua Dienstag, University of California, Los Angeles
"When a Man Loves a Robot: Blade Runner's Humanism and the Questions of Cinema and Representation."
||Charles Rubin, Duquesne University
To Life: Golems, Monsters and th Biotechnology Future
||James Read, College of St. Benedict and St. John's University
"The Limits of Self-Reliance"
||John Lombardini III, Princeton University
The Comedy of the Philosopher-Kings: Aristophanes' Birds and Plato's Republic
||John Uhr, Australian National University
"Inequality and Inequity in Political Leadership: Henry Fielding's Satire in Jonathan Wild"
||Mary Keys, University of Notre Dame
"Tolkien's Tales and Political Philosophy in Liberal Democracy"
||Catherine Zuckert, University of Notre Dame
"Tom Sawyer: Potential President"
||Eduardo Velasquez, Washington & Lee University
"Where the Wild Things Are: Re-Creation, Fall, Re- and In-surrection in Chuck Palahniuks Fight Club"
||Michael Kochin, Tel Aviv University
"The Richardsonian Republic"
||Katherine Philippakis, Arizona State University
"The Richardson Republic"
||Paul Cantor, University of Virginia
"The Simpsons: Atomistic Politics and the Nuclear Family"