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  1. Harriet Presser Award Statement

    Harriet Presser Award Statement

  2. Cecilia Ridgeway Award Statement

    Cecilia Ridgeway Award Statement


    The 2009 Jessie Bernard Award winner is Stanford University’s Lucie Stern Professor of Social Sciences Cecilia Ridgeway.

    Ridgeway is a path-breaking social psychologist whose scholarship enhances "our understanding of gender inequality as much as, or more than, anyone else during the last half of the 20th century" Linda Molm notes in her nomination letter.

    Ridgeway’s scholarship has been published in all the top

  3. Verta Taylor Award Statement

    Verta Taylor Award Statement


  4. Barrie Thorne Award Statement

    Barrie Thorne Award Statement

    Barrie Thorne, University of California-Berkeley

  5. Ruth A. Wallace Award Statement

    Ruth A. Wallace Award Statement

    Ruth A. Wallace, George Washington University

  6. Maxine Baca Zinn Award Statement

    Maxine Baca Zinn Award Statement

    Maxine Baca Zinn, Michigan State University

  7. William P. Bridges and Robert L. Nelson Award Statement

    William P. Bridges and Robert L. Nelson Award Statement

  8. Mounira M. Charrad Award Statement

     Mounira M. Charrad Award Statement

  9. Vivek Chibber Award Statement

    Vivek Chibber Award Statement

  10. The Opera Fanatic

    Claudio E. Benzecry, (Honorable Mention) for The Opera Fanatic: Ethnography of an Obsession

    How to explain the love for opera? How to analyze how and when a taste becomes a passion? To answer these questions, Claudio Benzecry enters the world of the standing rooms of the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires. Based on a multiyear ethnography, interviews and archival work, The Opera Fanatic analyzes how a cultural product usually considered as esoteric, exclusive, and exclusionary can become a constitutive part of personal identity.