Clay Morgan Award for Best Book in Environmental Political Theory

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Awarded for John S Dryzek and Jonathan Pickering (2019), The Politics of the Anthropocene (Oxford: Oxford University Press)

ABOUT THE AWARD

Clay Morgan Award for Best Book in Environmental Political Theory: The purpose of this award is to recognize outstanding scholarship, published in a book-length monograph, which utilizes the resources, literatures, and approaches of the field of political theory to address intersections between contemporary or historical environmental challenges on the one hand and the philosophical and ideological concepts, principles, and debates animating political life on the other. While the focus of the award is on political theory, we welcome books that make a contribution to the field from related disciplines – including, but not limited to, anthropology, environmental humanities, ethnic studies, geography, indigenous studies, philosophy, political economy, science and technology studies, or sociology. See Call for Nominations
OrganisationsWestern Political Science Association

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eventWestern Political Science Association Annual Meeting 2020
Period9 Apr 2020 → 11 Apr 2020

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