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Section on Peace, War and Social Conflict Award Recipients


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The Section on Peace, War and Social Conflict's Elise Boulding Student Paper Award

This award is granted to a Undergraduate and a Graduate student each Year.
Year Name Affiliation Title

2013 Undergraduate

Tracilyn Babington

Randolph-Macon College

“Framing Inequality: Analyzing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell in the Media.”

2013 Graduate

Eric Schoon

University of Arizona

“The Asymmetry of Legitimacy: Analyzing the Legitimation of Violence in 30 Cases of Insurgent Revolution.”

2013 Graduate Co-Winner

Daniel Blocq 

University of Wisconsin

“Formation of Armed Self-Defense Groups during Civil Wars”

2013 Graduate Co-Winner

Molly Clever

University of Maryland

“Justifying War in Post-War Conflicts”

2013 Undergraduate

Andrea Verdeja

Brandeis University

"The Merging of Times: Refugee Identity within the West Bank"

2012

Yuval Feinstein

University of California, Los Angeles

“American Nationalism, Emotions, and Public Support for Military Action: Evidence from a Survey-Based Experiment”.

2011

Matthew Eddy

University of Oregon

"Freedom Summer Abroad: Biographical Pathways and Cosmopolitanism Among Human Rights Workers."

2010

Yuval Feinstein (graduate)

UCLA

 "War that Feels Good: A New Explanation for the Rally-Round-the-Flag Phenomenon"

2010

Reina Chano   (Undergrad)

(Swarthmore College)

"Youth in Northern Ireland: The Role of Narratives in Promoting Reconciliation"

2009

Kenton Eidse,

 

“Social Memory and Victimhood in the Former Yugoslavian Republic”

2008 Co.

by Captain Jana K. Fajardo, (Graduate)

Columbia University.

“Unity, Division and Masculinity: An Exploration of the Total Institutional Methods of Madness at the United States Military Academy”,

2008 Co.

Victor P. Corona (Graduate)

Columbia University,

“Attainment Clusters in U.S. Army Officer Careers, 1979-2006”,

2008

Chelsea Cunningham (Undergraduate)

United States Military Academy

“United States Army Spouses: Fear, Communication, and Job Satisfaction During Operation Iraqi Freedom II”.

2007

Danilo Mandic  (undergraduate)

Princeton University

“Myths and Bombs: War, State Popularity and the Collapse of National Mythology in Serbia” 

2007

Robert Kevlihan,  (graduate)

American University,

“Humanitarian Aid, Social Services and Conflict Dynamics: Exploring the Case of Sudan”

2007

Thomas DeGloma,

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey,

“Expanding the Survivor Worldview: Transmitting and Bridging Trauma Trough Space and Time”

2006

Arielle Botter (undergraduate)

Tammy Smith (Graduate)

Rowan University

Columbia University

“Their Own Corner of the Island: Violent Nationalism Among Sri Lanka’s Tamils”

“Institution-Building After Conflict: Emergent Confidence or interpersonal Trust?”

2005

Katherine E. McCoy

Rachel K. Beck

University of Wisconsin-Madison

 

2004

Natassia Pura

Clayton D. Peoples

 

"Framing Empire:  A Case Study."

"How Discriminatory Policies Impact Interethnic Violence:  A Cross-Nation, Group-Level Analysis”

2003

Karen Albright, Courtney B. Abrams, and Aaron L. Panofsky

New York University

“ ‘An Event Downtown’ to ‘An Historical Event’: The Social Construction of Disaster in Narratives of September 11”

2002

Connie D. Frey

University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Jane Addams on Peace and Bread and the Implications for Enduring Freedom”

2000

Mathew Morgan

(Undergraduate)

U.S. Military Academy

“Warrior Scholars: The Need for Intellectual Ability in the Modern Officer Corps”

2000

Natasha Chen Christensen

University of California, Los Angeles

“Geeks at Play: Doing Masculinity on an On-Line Gaming Site”

1999

Chris Bourg

(graduate)

Stanford University

“The Effects of Obligatory Military Service on the Civic Consciousness and Behavior of American Men”

1999

Joel Richard Torres

(undergraduate)

University of California, Los Angeles

“Mexican Americans in the United States Armed Forces: An Exploratory Study”

1998

Anne Marie Holohan

University of California-Los Angeles

“Have I Got News for You: Changing the Guard in Foreign Press Coverage in Haiti”

1997

Niranjan Karnik

Wei-Lin Wang

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Wellesley College

“Covering Central Africa in Crisis: War, Refuge and Imagery”

“Problematizing the Resurgence of Korean Military ‘Comfort Women”

1996

Natalie Frensley

Morton Ender

University of Texas at Austin

University of North Dakota

“Ratification Processes and International Conflict Termination”

“Social Presence Theory, Military Families, and the Comparison of Old and New Communication Media”

1995

Laura Miller

 

“Who Speaks for Women?  Feminism and the Exclusion of Military Women from Combat”

1994

Tracy X. Karner

University of Kansas-Lawrence

"Fathers, Sons, and Vietnam: Masculinity & Betrayal in the Life of Vietnam  Veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

1993

David Rier

Columbia University

"The Institutional/ Occupational Thesis of the Military Profession: Insights from Medical Sociology & Sociology of Science"

1992

Ron Pagnucco

Jackie Smith

Catholic University

University of Notre Dame

"Democracy & Foreign Policy: Political Opportunity and the U.S. Peace Movement"

1991

Amy Hubbard

 

"The Role of Cross-Cultural Conflict Resolution Groups in Social Movements: American Palestinians and Jews in the Middle East"

1990

Judith Klinghoffer

 

" 'Peace Now' and the Israeli Political Culture: History and Future Prospects"

1989

Milton Rinehart

University of Colorado-Boulder

"Toward Better Concepts of Peace"


 

The Section on Peace, War and Social Conflict's Robin Williams Award

This award, first given in 1992 as the Award for Distinguished Scholarship and Professional Service, was reNamed as the Distinguished Contributions to Scholarship, Teaching, and Service Award in 1993.
Year Name Affiliation Other

2014

James Burk

Texas A&M University

 

2012

Randall Collins

University of Pennsylvania

 

2011

Gordon Fellman

Brandeis University  

2009

Jack Nusan Porter.

   

2008

Mary Jo Deegan

Professor of Sociology, University of Nebraska, Lincoln

 

2007

Sam Marullo

Georgetown University

 

2006

Charles Moskos

Northwestern University, Emeritus

 

2004

Paul Wehr

University of Colorado

 

2003

Dr. Thomas J. Scheff

Dr. Suzanne M. Retzinger

University of California-Santa Barbara

Superior Court

 

2002

Mady Wechsler Segal

University of Maryland

Distinguished scholarship

2001

Glen Elder

University of North Carolina

 

2000

David R. Sengal

University of Maryland

Distinguished scholarship, teaching, and service

1999

Janet Abu-Lughod

New School for Social Research

Distinguished career

1998

Day Grimshaw

Indiana University

For a lifetime of scholarly work

1997

William Gamson

Boston College

Distinguished career

1996

Gene Sharp

Harvard University

 

1995

Herbert C. Kelman

Harvard University

 

1994

Elise Boulding

Dartmouth University

 

1993

Louis Kriesberg

Syracuse University

Helped organize section in mid-1970s

1992

Robin Williams

Cornell University

 

 

The Section on Peace, War and Social Conflict Graduate Student Fellows

Commemorating United Nations officials who have lost their lives in the effort to reduce violence.

Year

Name

Affiliation

Other

2010

Laura J. Heideman and Daniel Poole

(University of Wisconsin, Madison) and  (University of Utah)

 

2009

Louis Edgar Esparza,

Stony Brook University

 

2006

Ryan Burgess

Michelle Gawerc

Teachers College- Columbia University

Boston College

 


The Section on Peace, War and Social Conflict Outstanding Published Article Award

Year

Name

Affiliation

Other

2014

Elizabeth Holzer

University of Connecticut

, “What Happens to Law in a Refugee Camp?” published in Law & Society Review, 47(4): 837-872.

2013

Gregory M. Maney, Michael A. McCarthy, and Grace B. Yukich.

 

2012. "Explaining Political Violence against Civilians in Northern Ireland: A Contention-Oriented Approach." Mobilization: An International Journal 17, 1: 27-48.

2012

Lisa Leitz

Hendrix College

2011. “Oppositional Identities: The Military Peace Movement’s Challenge to Pro-Iraq War Frames” Social Problems. Vol. 58, No. 2 (May 2011), pp. 235-256

2011

Sarah Sobieraj

Tufts University

. “Reporting Conventions: Journalists, Activists, and the Thorny Struggle for Political Visibility.“ appearing in the November 2010 issue of Social Problems. Vol 57. Issue 4. Pp. 505-528.

2010 co

Joyce Apsel

NYU

The Complexity of Destruction in Darfur: Historical Processes and Regional Dynamics

2010 co

Meredith Kleykamp

University of Maryland

A Great Place to Start?: The Effect of Prior Military Service on Hiring

2009

Patrick Coy, Lynne Woehrle, Greg Maney,

 

“Discursive Legacies: The US Peace Movement and "Support the Troops" Social Problems 55(2): 161-89 (2008)

 

The Section on Peace, War and Social Conflict Outstanding Book Award

Year

Name

Affiliation

Other

2014

David Cunningham

Brandeis University

Klansville, U.S.A: The Rise and Fall of the Civil Rights-Era Ku Klux Klan (Oxford University Press, 2012).

2013

Andreas Wimmer

 

Waves of War:   Nationalism, State Formation and Ethnic Exclusion in the Modern World  (Cambridge University Press)

2012

Sharon Erickson Nepstad

University of New Mexico

2011. Nonviolent Revolutions: Civil Resistance in the Late Twentieth Century. New York: Oxford University Press.

2011

Steven Carlton Ford and Dr. Morten G. Ender

University of Cincinnati and West Point the United States Military Academy

Eds. The Routledge Handbook of War and Society: Iraq and Afghanistan. Routledge.

2010

Morten Ender

United States Military Academy

American Soldiers in Iraq: McSoldiers or Innovative Professionals?

2009

Sharon Erickson Nepstad.

 

Religion and War Resistance in the Plowshares Movement (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008)