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American Sociological Association: Peace, War and Social Conflict Awards
Peace, War, and Social Conflict Call for Awards Nominees Statement
The Section shall give an Award for Distinguished Contributions to Scholarship, Teaching, and Service named to honor Robin Williams to recognize his contributions to the study of social conflict, conflict resolution, and war as well as his role as a founding member of the Section. This award shall honor a Section member who has had an outstanding scholarly career in the study of peace, war, genocide, military institutions, or social conflict, has made important contributions to teaching the sociology of peace, war, and social conflict, and/or has given outstanding service to the ASA Section on Peace, War, and Social Conflict.
Send nominations to Catherine Corrigall-Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 1, 2015. Committee also includes Meredith Kleykamp and Ryan Kelty.
The Section shall give a student paper award named in honor of Elise Boulding to recognize her contributions to the study of peace and her role as a founding member of the Section. Papers submitted for the student paper award should be unpublished, while published papers or those accepted for publication should be submitted to the published paper award. We welcome submissions from undergraduate and graduate students. All authors should be students at the time of submission.
Send nominations and an electronic copy of your paper to Daniel Burland (email@example.com) by March 1, 2015. The Committee also includes Louis Esparza and Eric Schoon.
The Section will offer an award for the best published journal article or book chapter. The chair will solicit nominations from the members of the section, and all papers relevant to the section’s interests published in the previous calendar year (i.e. published in 2014) will be eligible.
Send nominations and an electronic copy of your paper to Eran Shor (firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 1, 2015. Committee includes Amy Kate Bailey and Elizabeth Holzer.
The Section will offer an award for the best book. The chair will solicit nominations from the members of the section, and all books relevant to the section’s interests published in the previous year (i.e. published in 2014) will be eligible.
Send nominations to Lynne Woehrle (email@example.com) by March 1, 2015. Committee also includes Steve Carlton-Ford and David Cunningham. Please send a copy of your book to each of the committee members at the below addresses.
Behavioral Science Department
Mount Mary University
2900 N. Menomonee River Parkway
Milwaukee, WI 53222
Department Head, Sociology
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0378
Department of Sociology
415 South Street
Waltham, MA 02453