June 15, 2020 - admin

ERIK OLIN WRIGHT AWARD

In his memory and in recognition of his commitment to nurture junior scholars, the Editorial Board of Critical Sociology has created the Erik Olin Wright Distinguished Article Award recognizing an outstanding contribution published each year in Critical Sociology. This award is given to a junior scholar or scholars for an article published in the journal’s pages the previous year, one that demonstrates a critical analysis and interrogation of capitalism, social stratification, power and/or other intersectional issues of inequality in society. To be eligible for this award, the primary author must be either: a) an untenured faculty member at a college or university; b) a graduate student; or c) an independent scholar within 6 years of receiving their degree. Recipient of the award will be announced each year in the July/August issue of the journal; the article will be freely available for a year on Critical Sociology’s page https://journals.sagepub.com/home/crs).

 2020 AWARD WINNER – BEST PAPER BY A YOUNG SCHOLAR  

MONA KHNEISSER Mona Khneisser, (2019) The Marketing of Protest and the Antinomies of Collective 10.1177/0896920518792069 

Mona Khneisser is a PhD Student in the Sociology Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 

Erik Olin Wright Award Committee

J-P Reed
Alan Rudy
Dan Krier
Mark Worrell
Alan Spector

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