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Organized Section 33: Best Dissertation Award

Race, Ethnicity and Politics Section Award Recipients 

Best Dissertation Award
The Best Dissertation Award is given for the best American dissertation on Race, Ethnicity, and Politics accepted in the previous year.
2013 Candis Smith, Texas A&M University
Black Mosaic: Expanding Contours of Black Identity and Black Politics
2012 Chris Zepeda-Millan, University of Chicago
Dignity's Revolt: Threat, Identity, and Immigrant Mass Mobilization (Completed at Cornell University; advised by Michael Jones-Correa & Sidney Tarrow)
2010 Sheryl Lightfoot, University of British Columbia
Indigenous Global Politics
2009 Sarah Chartock, Princeton University
"Ethnodevelopment in Latin America: Political Competition and the Making of Ethnically-Targeted Participatory Policy in Ecuador, Peru and Guatemale: 1985-2005"
2009 Sarah Chartock, Princeton University
"Ethnodevelopment in Latin America: Political Competition and the Making of Ethnically-Targeted Participatory Policy in Ecuador, Peru and Guatemala: 1985-2005"
2006 Khalilah Brown-Dean, Ohio State University
"One Lens, Multiple Views: Felon Disenfranchisement Laws and American Political Inequality"
2006 Naomi Murakawa, Yale University
"Electing to Punish: Congress, Race, and the American Criminal Justice State"
2002 Renee Cramer, California State University at Long Beach
"The Multiple Contexts of Federal Acknowledgement Law: A Sociolegal Perspective."
2001 Jeannine Bell, University of Michigan
"Policing Hatred: Police Officers, Bias Crime, and the Politics of Civil Rights Law Enforcement"
2001 Felicia Wong, University of California at Berkeley
"The Good Fight: Race, Politics, and Contemporary Urban Education Reform"
2000 Lisa Garcia Bedolla, Yale University
"Fluid Borders: Latino Identity Community and Politics in Los Angeles"
2000 Kristen Maher, University of California, Irvine
"A Stranger in the House: American Ambivalence About Immigrant Labor"
2000 Diane-Michele Prindeville, University of Mexico
"On the Streets and in the State House: American Indian and Hispanic Women and Environmental Policymaking in New Mexico."
1998 Claire Kim, University of California, Irvine
"Cracks in the ‘Gorgeous Mosaic': Black-Korean Conflict and Racial Mobilization in New York City."

 
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