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Peter Katzenstein Book Prize 2018

Peter Katzenstein Book Prize 2018

The Katzenstein Prize, in honor of Peter J. Katzenstein, the Walter S. Carpenter, Jr. Professor of International Studies at Cornell University, recognizes an outstanding first book in International Relations, Comparative Politics, or Political Economy.  The prize was established on the occasion of Professor Katzenstein’s 40th Year at Cornell University and has been made possible by the generous support of his colleagues, collaborators, and former students.

 

The selection committee for the prize changes from year to year, but general questions may be addressed to Jonathan Kirshner <jdk5@cornell.edu> or Matthew Evangelista <mae10@cornell.edu>.

 

Nominations and copies of the books themselves should go to the selection committee at the addresses below.  In fact, sending the book constitutes the nomination.  There is no formal letter required.

 

We are pleased to call for submissions for the 2018 Peter Katzenstein book prize.  Books eligible for this year's prize should have a publication date of 2017.  To be considered for the 2018 prize, please send two copies of eligible books – one to each of the following addresses – before March 3, 2018:

 

Katzenstein Book Prize Committee

Department of Government

Hamilton College

Clinton, NY   13323

USA

 

Katzenstein Book Prize Committee

Political Science

141 Persson Hall

Colgate University

Hamilton, NY   13346

USA

 

http://government.cornell.edu/peter-katzenstein-book-prize