American Sociological Association

Section on Global and Transnational Sociology

Section on Global and Transnational Sociology Distinguished Career Award

2010: Roland Robertson, Chair in Sociology and Global Society, University of Aberdeen  


Section on Global and Transnational Sociology Best Scholarly Book Award

2016:  Hoang, Kimberly Kay. 2015. Dealing in Desire: Asian Ascendancy, Western Decline, and the Hidden Currencies of Global Sex Work. University of California Press.  

2015: Loveman,Mara. 2014. National Colors: Racial Classification and the State in Latin America. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

2014 Co-winner: Amy A. Quark, College of William & Mary, Global Rivalries: Standards Wars and the Transnational Cotton Trade (University of Chicago Press, 2013).

2014 Co-winner: Peter Stamatov, Yale University, The Origins of Global Humanitarianism: Religion, Empires, and Advocacy (Cambridge University Press, 2013).

2013: Michael Mann Sources of Social Power Vol 3: Global Empires and Revolution, 1890-1945 (Cambridge UP 2012)

2012: Julian Go. 2012. Patterns of Empire: The British and American Empires, 1688 to the Present. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

2010: Terrence C. Halliday and Bruce G. Carruthers. Bankrupt: Global Lawmaking and Systemic Financial Crisis (Stanford University Press 2009)  


Section on Global and Transnational Sociology Best Scholarly Article Award

2016: Hoang, Kimberly Kay. 2014. "Flirting with Capital: Negotiating Perceptions of Pan-Asian Ascendency and Western Decline in Global Sex Work." Social Problems 61(4): 507–529.

2015: Malcolm Fairbrother. 2014. “Economists, Capitalists, and the Making of Globalization:
North American Free Trade in Comparative- Historical Perspective” American Journal of Sociology 119(5): 1324-1379

2014: Robert D. Woodberry, National University of Singapore,  "The Missionary Roots of Liberal Democracy." American Political Science Review 106 (2012):244-274.

2013: Nitsan Chorev. 2012 "Changing Global Norms through Reactive Diffusion: The Case of Intellectual Property Protection of AIDS Drugs", ASR 77(5) 831 –853.

2012: Co-Winners
Beck, Colin (Pomona College). 2011. “The World-Cultural Origins of Revolutionary Waves: Five Centuries of European Contention.” Social Science History 35:2.

Hung, Ho-fung (Johns Hopkins University) and Jaime Kucinskas (Indiana University). 2011. “Globalization and Global Inequality: Assessing the Impact of the Rise of China and India, 1980–2005.” American Journal of Sociology, 116:5.

2010: Kiyoteru Tsutsui and Hwa Ji Shin "Global Norms, Local Activism, and Social Movement Outcomes: Global Human Rights and Resident Koreans in Japan." Social Problems 55:391-418 (2008).  


Section on Global and Transnational Sociology Best Publication Award by an International Scholar

2016: Monika Krause. 2014. The Good Project: Humanitarian Relief NGOs and the Fragmentation of Reason. The University of Chicago Press.

2014: Eeva Luhtakallio, University of Helsinki, Practicing Democracy: Local Activism and Politics in France and Finland (MacMillan, 2012).

2013: Min Zhou. 2012. “Participation in International Human Rights NGOs: The Effect of Democracy and State Capacity.” Social Science Research 41(5): 1254-1274.

2010: Max Haller, Roger Jowell, and Tom W. Smith, editors. The International Social Survey Programme, 1984-2009: Charting the Globe (Routledge 2009).  


Section on Global and Transnational Sociology Best Book Award by an International Scholar

2015: Mallard,Grégoire. 2014. “Crafting the Nuclear Regime Complex (1950–1975): Dynamics of Harmonization of Opaque Treaty Rules.” European Journal of International Law 25(2): 445-472.

2014: Eeva Luhtakallio, University of Helsinki, Practicing Democracy: Local Activism and Politics in France and Finland (MacMillan, 2012).


Section on Global and Transnational Sociology Best Publication by a Graduate Student

2016: Shai Dromi “For Good and Country: Nationalism and the Diffusion of Humanitarianism in the Late Nineteenth Century.” 

2015 Co-Winner: Mohammad Ali Kadivar.“Popular Transitions and the Fate of Young Democracies.“

2015 Co-Winner: Alexandre White.“Global Risks, Divergent Pandemics: Contrasting Responses to Bubonic Plague and Smallpox in 1901 Cape Town.”

2014 Co-Winner: Nahoko Kameo, University of California – Los Angeles, "Global Policies and Transnational Repertoires of Action: Rethinking Local Adoption and Decoupling at the Periphery."

2014 Co-Winner: Rachael Pierotti, University of Michigan, "Increasing Rejection of Intimate Partner Violence: Evidence of Global Cultural Diffusion."

2013: Marco Garrido. 2012 “The Ideology of the Dual City: The Modernist Ethic in the Corporate Development of Makati City, Metro Manila”. International Journal for Urban and Regional Research. 37: 165–185.

2010: Patricia Bromley and Susan Garnett Russell. "The Holocaust as History and Human Rights: A Cross-National Analysis of Holocaust Education in Social Science Textbooks, 1970-2008." Prospects 153 (2010).

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