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Organized Section 16: The Okin-Young Award in Feminist Political Theory

Women and Politics Research Section Award Recipients

The Okin-Young Award in Feminist Political Theory
The Okin-Young Award in Feminist Political Theory, co-sponsored by Women and Politics, Foundations of Political Theory, and the Women’s Caucus for Political Science, commemorates the scholarly, mentoring, and professional contributions of Susan Moller Okin and Iris Marion Young to the development of the field of feminist political theory. This annual award recognizes the best paper on feminist political theory published in an English language academic journal during the previous calendar year.

2016  Jakeet Singh, Illinois State University
"Religious Agency and the Limits of Intersectionality.” Hypatia, Volume 30, Issue 4, pages 657–674, Fall 2015 
2014  Eileen Botting, University of Notre Dame
"Making an American Feminist Icon: Mary Wollstonecraft's Reception in U.S. Newspapers, 1800-1869" (History of Political Thought, 2013) 
2013  Lori Marso, Union College
"Simone de Beauvoir and Hannah Arendt: Judgments in Dark Times" Political Theory 40(2): 165-193 
2012  Bonnie Honig, Northwestern University
Ismene's Forced Choice: Sacrifice and Sorority in Sophocles' Antigone (Arethusa. 44(1)) 
2011  Jennifer Einspahr, Kalamazoo College
"Structural Domination and Structural Freedom: A Feminist Perspective." 
2010  Ann Towns, University of Delaware
"The Status of Women as a Standard of "Civilization"" 
2009  Kathy Ferguson, University of Hawaii
"Discourses of Danger: Locating Emma Goldman" Political Theory 36(5): 735-761 
2009  C. Heike Schotten, University of Massachusetts, Boston
"Nietzche/Pentheus: The Last Disciple of Dionysus and Queer Fear of the Feminine." Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies 19(3): 90-125 
2007  Stephen Leonard, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"The Genders of Citizenship" American Political Science Review 
2007  Joan Tronto, CUNY, Hunter College
"The Genders of Citizenship" American Political Science Review 
2007  Tamara Metz, Reed College
"The Liberal Case for Disestablishing Marriage" Contemporary Political Theory 

Eileen Botting, University of Notre Dame
"Making an American Feminist Icon: Mary Wollstonecraft's Reception in U.S. Newspapers, 1800-1869" (History of Political Thought, 2013)

Eileen Botting, University of Notre Dame
"Making an American Feminist Icon: Mary Wollstonecraft's Reception in U.S. Newspapers, 1800-1869" (History of Political Thought, 2013)

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