BSA journal Cultural Sociology is delighted to announce this year’s nominees for the SAGE prize for Innovation and Excellence.
- Andrew Balmer and Michael Durrant – Simmel and Shakespeare on Lying and Love
- Andrew McCumber – “You Can’t Ignore the Rat”: Nonhuman Animals in Boundary Work
- Clive James Nwonka – White Women, White Men, and Intra-Racial Diversity: A Data-Led Analysis of Gender Representation in the UK Film Industry
- Hiro Saito – The Sacred and Profane of Japan’s Nuclear Safety Myth: On the Cultural Logic of Framing and Overflowing
- Christopher Upton-Hansen, Kristina Kolbe and Mike Savage – An Institutional Politics of Place: Rethinking the Critical Function of Art in Times of Growing Inequality
Congratulations to you all!!
The winner will be announced in October.
Nominees are chosen from among the papers published in the 2021 volume judged to demonstrate innovation and/or excellence in a variety of ways. Members of the Editorial board choose a winner from amongst these nominees considering a variety of factors such as (but not limited to) originality and creativity, theoretical, conceptual or methodological approach, topic, connections and theme and contribution to the discipline and the understanding of social life.
All four BSA journals offer this prize annually and previous winners are on the BSA website.