Skip to Content
 

Migration and Citizenship Section Award Recipients


More on the Migration and Citizenship section


Best Article Award
Award for best article on migration and/or citizenship published (i.e., printed) in the previous calendar year.

2017

Saskia Bonjour,
University of Amsterdam
"Speaking of Rights: The Influence of Law and Courts on the Making of Family Migration Policies in Germany." Law & Policy 38(4): 328-348.

2017 Honorable Mention
Marc Helbling, University of Bamberg
"How State Support of Religion Shapes Attitutes Towards Muslim Immigrants." Comparative Political Studies 49(3): 391-424.
Richard Traunmuller, University of Mannheim
"How State Support of Religion Shapes Attitutes Towards Muslim Immigrants." Comparative Political Studies 49(3): 391-424.

2017 Honorable Mention Floris Peters, Maastricht University
"The Ecology of Immigrant Naturalization: a Life Course Approach in the Context of Institutional Conditions." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42(3):359-381.
Maarten Vink,
Maastricht University "The Ecology of Immigrant Naturalization: a Life Course Approach in the Context of Institutional Conditions." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42(3):359-381. Hans Schmeets, Maastricht University "The Ecology of Immigrant Naturalization: a Life Course Approach in the Context of Institutional Conditions." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 42(3):359-381.

2016

Sara Wallace Goodman, University of California, Irvine
“Conceptualizing and Measuring Citizenship and Integration Policy: Past Lessons and New Approaches.” Comparative Political Studies, 48, 2015

2015

Rafaela Dancygier, Princeton University
“Electoral Rules or Electoral Leverage? Explaining Muslim Representation in England” World Politics, 2014

2014

Antje Ellermann, University of British Columbia
"When Can Liberal States Avoid Unwanted Immigration? Self-Limited Sovereignty and Guest Worker Recruitment in Switzerland and Germany." World Politics 65: July 13, 2013, 491-538.

2013

Matthew Wright, American University
Is There a Trade-off between Multiculturalism and Socio-Political Integration? Policy Regimes and Immigrant Incorporation in Comparative Perspective (2012: Perspectives on Politics 10(1): 77-95)
Irene Bloemraad, University of California, Berkeley
Is There a Trade-off between Multiculturalism and Socio-Political Integration? Policy Regimes and Immigrant Incorporation in Comparative Perspective (2012:Perspectives on Politics 10(1): 77-95)

2013 Honorable Mention
Sara Goodman, University of California, Irvine
Fortifying Citizenship: Policy Strategies for Civic Integration in Western Europe (2012: World Politics 64(4): 659-698)
Rebecca Hamlin, Grinnell College
International Law and Administrative Insulation: A Comparison of Refugee Status Determination Regimes in the United States, Canada, and Australia (2012: Law and Social Inquiry 37(4): 933-968)


Best Book Award
Best Book Award for the best book on Migration and/or Citizenship published in the previous year.

2016

Leila Kawar, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Contesting Immigration Policy in Court: Legal Activism and Its Radiating Effects in the United States and France. Cambridge University Press, 2015

2015

David Scott Fitzgerald, University of California, San Diego
Culling the Masses: The Democratic Origins of Racist Immigration Policy in the Americas. Harvard University Press, 2014
David Cook-Martin, University of California, San Diego
Culling the Masses: The Democratic Origins of Racist Immigration Policy in the Americas. Harvard University Press, 2014

2015 Honorable Mention
Sara Wallace Goodman, University of California, Irvine
Immigration and Membership Politics in Western Europe, Cambridge University Press, 2014

2015 Honorable Mention
Rebecca Hamlin, Grinnell College
Let Me Be a Refugee: Administrative Justice and the Politics of Asylum in the United States, Canada, and Australia. Oxford University Press, 2014

2014

Charles Taber, SUNY, Stony Brook University
The Rationalizing Voter. Cambridge University Press
Martin Ruhs, Oxford University
The Price of Rights: Regulating International Labor Migration. Princeton University Press

2014 Honorable Mention
Natalie Masuoka, Tufts University
The Politics of Belonging: Race, Public Opinion, and Immigration. University of Chicago Press
Jane Junn, University of Southern California
The Politics of Belonging: Race, Public Opinion, and Immigration. University of Chicago Press
Andrea Voyer, Pace University
Strangers and Neighbors: Multiculturalism, Conflict, and Community in America. Cambridge University Press

2013

Jonathan Laurence, Boston College
"The Emancipation of Europe's Muslims" (Princeton University Press 2012)
Diane Sainsbury, Stockholm University
Welfare States and Immigrant Rights: The Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2012)


Best Chapter Award
Award for best chapter on migration and/or citizenship published (i.e., printed) in the previous calendar year.

2015

David Abraham, University of Miami School of Law
“Law and Migration: Many Constants, Few Changes” Routledge, 2014

2014

Luis Plascencia, Arizona State University, West Campus
"Attrition through Enforcement and the Elimination of a ‘Dangerous Class." Latino Politics and Arizona’s Immigration Law SB1070, ed. Lisa Magaña and Erik Lee. New York: Springer

2013

Ayelet Shachar, University of Toronto
"Citizenship" pp. 1002-1019 in The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law, edited by Michel Rosenfeld and András Sajó. Oxford: Oxford University Press


Best Dissertation Award
Award for best dissertation on migration and/or citizenship accepted in the previous calendar year.

2017

Adrian J. Shin, University of Michigan
"Primary Resources, Secondary Labor: Natural Resources and Immigration Policy around the World."

2016

Gerasimos Tsourapas, University of London
“Trading People, Consolidating Power: Emigration & Authoritarianism in Modern Egypt.”

Daisy Kim, Johns Hopkins University
“Bargaining Citizenship: Women’s Organizations, the State, and Marriage Migrants in South Korea.”

2015

Lamis Abdelaaty, University of California, Santa Clara
Selective Sovereignty: Foreign Policy, Ethnic Identity, and the Politics of Asylum

2013

John O'Keefe, George Washington University
"From Legal Rights to Citizens' Rights and Non-Citizen Penalties: Migrant Influence, Naturalization, and the Growth of National Power over Foreign Migrants in the Early American Republic" Submitted to the History Department at the George Washington University

2013 Honorable Mention
Luicy Pedroza, Freie Universität Berlin
"Citizenship before Nationality: How Democracies Redefine Citizenship by Debating the Extension of Voting Rights to Settled Migrants" Submitted to the Bremen International Graduate School of Social Sciences at Bremen University


Best Paper Award
Award for best paper on migration and/or citizenship presented at the previous APSA annual meeting (either as part of a panel or poster session).

2017

Charlotte Cavaille, Georgetown University
"Understanding the Determinants of Welfare Chauvinism: the Role of Resource Competition."
Jeremy Ferwerda, Dartmouth University
"Understanding the Determinants of Welfare Chauvinism: the Role of Resource Competition."

2016

Antje Ellermann, University of British Columbia
“Race, Gender, Class, Disability, and the Ethics of Immigrant Selection.”
Agustin Goenaga Orrego, Lund University
“Race, Gender, Class, Disability, and the Ethics of Immigrant Selection.”

2015

Leila Kawar, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
“Bringing Immigration to the Law: Immigrant Rights, Legal Activism, and the Enactment of Adversarial Legalism” 


American Political Science Association
1527 New Hampshire Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036-1206
(202) 483-2512 • Fax: +1 (202) 483-2657

Scroll Up