2022 APSA Religion & Politics Award Winners

Congratulations to our 2022 APSA Religion & Politics Award Winners!

Ted Jelen Best Journal Article Award

Winner: Joel Day (Everyday practices of toleration: The Interfaith foundations of peace accords in Sierra Leone. Politics and Religion 14(1))

Honorable Mention: Anwar Mhajne, Rasmus Brandt (Rights, Democracy, and Islamist Women’s Activism in Tunisia and Egypt. Politics and Religion 14(4))

 

Aaron Wildavsky Best Dissertation in Religion and Politics Award

Winner: Jessica Soedirgo (“The Threat of Small Things: Patterns of Repression and Mobilization Against Micro-Sized Groups in Indonesia”)

 

Hubert Morken Best Book in Religion and Politics Award

Winner:  Jonathan Laurence, Coping with Defeat: Sunni Islam, Roman Catholicism and the Modern State

Honorable Mentions:

David E. Campbell, Geoffrey C. Layman, John C. Green, Secular Surge: A New Faultline in American Politics

 

Kenneth D. Wald Best Graduate Student Paper Award

Winner: Ahmed Ezzeldin Mohamed (“Religious Cycles of Government Responsiveness: Why Governments Distribute in Ramadan”)

 

Weber Best Conference Paper in Religion and Politics Award

Winner: Ahmed Ezzeldin Mohamed (“Religious Cycles of Government Responsiveness: Why Governments Distribute in Ramadan”)

 

Susanne Hoeber Rudolph Outstanding Scholar in Religion and Politics Award

Winners: Laura Olson