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Organized Section 24: Mary Parker Follett Prize

Politics and History Section Award Recipients

Mary Parker Follett Prize
The Mary Parker Follett Prize recognizes the best article on Politics and History published in the previous year.

2016  Prerna Singh, Brown University
Subnationalism and Social Development: A Comparative Analysis of Indian States.” World Politics, Vol. 67, No. 3(2015), pp. 506-562 
2015  Daniel Carpenter, Harvard University 
"When Canvassers Become Activists: Antislavery Petitioning and the Political Mobilization of American Women" APSR 2014. 
2015  Colin D. Moore, University of Hawaii, Manoa
"When Canvassers Become Activists: Antislavery Petitioning and the Political Mobilization of American Women"
APSR 2014. 
2014 Lisa Blaydes, Stanford University
"The Feudal Revolution and Europe's Rise: Political Divergence of the Christian West and the Muslim World Before 1500 CE." (American Political Science Review, 107(1), February 2013)
2014 Eric Chaney, Harvard University
"The Feudal Revolution and Europe's Rise: Political Divergence of the Christian West and the Muslim World Before 1500 CE." (American Political Science Review, 107(1), February 2013)
2012 Diana Dumitru, Moldova State Pedagogical University
Constructing Interethnic Conflict and Cooperation: Why Some People Harmed Jews and Others Helped Them During the Holocaust in Romania (World Politics 63:1)
2012 Carter Johnson, American Councils, Moscow
Constructing Interethnic Conflict and Cooperation: Why Some People Harmed Jews and Others Helped Them During the Holocaust in Romania (World Politics 63:1)
2011 Giovanni Capoccia, Oxford Universitiy
"The Historical Turn in Democratization Studies: A New Research Agenda for Europe and Beyond," (Comparative Political Studies 43: 8-9)
2011 Daniel Ziblatt, Harvard University
"The Historical Turn in Democratization Studies: A New Research Agenda for Europe and Beyond," (Comparative Political Studies 43: 8-9)
2010 Stephen Skowronek, Yale University
"The Conservative Insurgency and Presidential Power: A Developmental Perspective on the Unitary Executive," (Harvard Law Review 122: 8)
2009 Alan Jacobs, University of British Columbia
The Politics of When: Redistribution, Investment and Policy Making for the Long Term in the British (Journal of Political Science, 38:2)
2008 Justin Crowe, Williams College
The Forging of Judicial Autonomy: Political Entrepreneurship and the Reforms of William Howard Taft (Journal of Politics, 69:1)
2007 Fredrick Harris, Columbia University
"It Takes a Tragedy to Arouse Them: Collective Memory and Collective Action During the Civil Rights Movement," (Social Movement Studies 5 May 2006)
2007 Cora Goldstein, California State University, Long Beach
"Before the CIA: American Actions in the German Fine Arts (1946-1949)," (Diplomatic History 29, November 2005)
2006 David Robertson, University of Missouri, St. Louis
"Madison's Opponents and Constitutional Design," American Political Science Review, vol. 99, no. 2 (May 2005)
2005 Peter Swenson, Yale University
"Varieties of Capitalist Interests: Power, Institutions, and the Regulatory Welfare State in the United States and Sweden," (Studies in American Political Development 18, Spring 2004)
2004 Paul Frymer, Princeton University
"Acting When Elected Officials Won't: Federal Courts and Civil Rights Enforcement in U.S. Labor Unions, 1935-85," (American Political Science Review August 2003)
2003 Daniel Tichenor, Rutgers University, New Brunswick
"Organized Interests and American Political Development" (Political Science Quarterly 117:4)
2003 Richard Harris, Rutgers University, Camden
"Organized Interests and American Political Development" (Political Science Quarterly 117:4)
2002 Evan Lieberman, Princeton University
"Causal Inference in Historical Institutional Analysis: A Specification of Periodization Strategies" (Comparative Political Studies 34:9)
2001 Jeffery Jenkins, Michigan State University
"Examining the Robustness of Ideological Voting: Evidence from the Confederate House of Representatives" (American Journal of Political Science 44:8)
2000 Eileen McDonagh, Northeastern University
Race, Class, and Gender in the Progressive Era: Restructing State and Society," Progressivism and the New Democracy (University of Massachusetts Press, 1999)
2000 Frank Dobbin, Harvard University
"Civil Rights Law at Work: Sex Discrimination and the Rise of Maternity Leave Policies" (American Journal of Sociology 105(2): 455-492)
2000 Erin Kelly, Princeton University
"Civil Rights Law at Work: Sex Discrimination and the Rise of Maternity Leave Policies" (American Journal of Sociology 105(2): 455-492)
1999 Barry Weingast, Stanford University
"Political Stability and Civil War: Institutions, Commitment, and Democracy," Analytic Narratives (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1998)
1998 Sarah Hanley, University of Iowa
"Social Sites of Political Practice in France: Lawsuits, Civil Rights, and the Separation of Powers in Domestic and State Government, 1500-1800" (American Historical Review 102:1)
1997 Hugh Heclo, George Mason University
"The Sixties' False Dawn: Awakenings, Movements, and Postmodern Policy-making, (Journal of Policy History 8:1)
1996 Daniel Deudney
"The Philadelphia System; Sovereignty, Arms Control, and Balance of Power in the American States-Union, 1787-1861," (International Organization, Spring 1995)
1995 David Laitin, University of Chicago
"Language and the Construction of States: the Case of Catalonia in Spain" (Politics and Society, March 1994)
1995 Carlotta Sole, Universitat Automoma of Barcelona and Stathis N. Kalyvas
"Language and the Construction of States: the Case of Catalonia in Spain" (Politics and Society, March 1994)
1995 Stathis Kalyvas, Ohio State University
"Language and the Construction of States: the Case of Catalonia in Spain" (Politics and Society, March 1994)
1994 Richard Valelly, Swarthmore College
"Party, Coercion, and Inclusion: Party, Coercion, and Inclusion: The Two Reconstructions of the South's Electoral Politics, (Politics and Society 21:1)
1994 Charles Stewart III, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Stacking the Senate, Changing the Nation: Republican Rotten Boroughs, Statehood Politics, and American Political Development" (American Political Development 6:2)
1994 Barry Weingast, Stanford University
"Stacking the Senate, Changing the Nation: Republican Rotten Boroughs, Statehood Politics, and American Political Development" (American Political Development 6:2)
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