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Organized Section 11: Best Paper Award

Religion And Politics Section Award Recipients 

Best Paper Award
The Best Paper Award recognizes the best paper dealing with religion and politics presented at the previous years APSA Annual Meeting

 

2016  Sultan Tepe, University of Illinois, Chicago
“The Elusive Structure of State Secularism and its Disguised Critics.” 
2015  Jason A. Klocek, University of California-Berkeley
"Band of Believers?: The Influence of Religion on Rebel Group Structure"
2014 Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Northwestern University
"The Religious Offensive’: The Politics of Religious Engagement."
2014 Frank-Borge Wietzke, London School of Economics
"One Nation, Two Histories: Long-Term Consequences of Colonial Institutions and Missionary Work in Madagaskar."
2012 Ramazan Kilinc, University of Nebraska-Omaha
Opportunity Junctures as Catalysts: Islam, Secularism and Democratic Consolidation in Turkey
2011 Lisa Blaydes, Stanford University
"How Does Islamist Local Governance Affect the Lives of Women?: A Comparative Study of Two Cairo Neighborhoods"
2009 Kerem Kalkan, University of Maryland
Will Americans Vote for Muslims? The Impact of Religious and Ethnic Identifiers on Support for Political Candidates
2009 Geoffrey Layman, University of Notre Dame
Will Americans Vote for Muslims? The Impact of Religious and Ethnic Identifiers on Support for Political Candidates
2009 John Green, University of Akron
Willl Americans Vote for Muslims? The Impact of Religious and Ethnic Identifiers on Support for Political Candidates
2009 Brinck Kerr, University of Arkansas
"When Does Politics Matter? A Reexamination of the Determinants of African American and Latino municipal Employment Patterns"
2009 William Miller, University of Illinois, Springfield
"When Does Politics Matter? A Reexamination of the Determinants of African American and Latino Muncipal Employment Patterns"
2007 Elizabeth Oldmixon, University of North Texas
When Church Teachings and Republican Ideology Collide: The Perspectives of Catholic Republicans in the House of Representatives
2006 David Campbell, University of Notre Dame
"The Religion Card: Evangelicals, Catholics, and Gay Marriage in the 2004 Presidential Election"
2006 Quin Monson, Brigham Young University
"The Religion Card: Evangelicals, Catholics, and Gay Marriage in the 2004 Presidential Election"
2004 Kenneth Wald, University of Florida
Co-Presented with Adam Silverman, University of Florida, and Kevin Fridy, University of Florida, "Making Sense of Religion in Political Life"
2004 Kevin Fridy, University of Florida
Co-Presented with Kenneth Wald, University of Florida, and Adam Silverman, University of Florida, "Making Sense of Religion in Political Life"
2004 Adam Silverman, University of Florida
Co-Presented with Kenneth Wald, University of Florida, and Kevin Fridy, University of Florida, "Making Sense of Religion in Political Life"
2003 Steven Mazie, University of Michigan
"Political Liberalism and Public Religion: Lessons from Israel"
2003 Zoltan Hajnal, University of California-San Diego
"Why Does Turnout Matter: The Effects of a Skewed Electorate on Minority Representation in Local Politics
2002 Stephen Whitefield, Oxford University
"Religiosity, Political Attitudes, and Political Participation in Russia, 1993-1998."
2000 Anthony Gill, University of Washington
"Religious Values, Social Change, and Democracy in Latin America"
1999 Tristan Borer, Connecticut College
"Political Context and Religious Identities: The Rise and Fall of Liberation Theology in South Africa."
1998 Timothy Shah, Harvard University
"Making the World Safe for Liberalism: The Moralization of Christianity and the Roots of Liberal Public Reason in Hugo Gratius (1583-1645)"
1996 Elizabeth Donnelly, Harvard University
"Catholic Church Activism on Issues of International Ethics: The Case of Third World Debt"
1994 David Leege, University of Notre Dame
"The Decomposition of the Religious Vote"
1994 Stephen Monsma, Pepperdine University
"Justice Potter Stewart on Church and State"
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