The Edward Said Award is a joint initiative of Third World Quarterly (TWQ) and The Global Development Studies (GDS) Section of the International Studies Association, given annually to the best graduate paper presenting new research in International Studies. It commemorates his outstanding academic contribution and showcases emerging scholarship in the politics of global development.
Professor Said was a founding editorial board member of Third World Quarterly (TWQ). The Global Development Studies (GDS) Section of the International Studies Association nurtures scholarship on the Global South, postcolonial relations and decolonizing thought.
The Edward Said Award 2017 winning paper is ‘White innocence in the Black Mediterranean: hospitality and the erasure of history’ by Ida Danewid. Ida is a PhD candidate in International Relations at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
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Edward Said Award Winning Papers
free access 2017 WINNER
- Ida Danewid
‘Occupied territory is occupied territory’: James Baldwin, Palestine and the possibilities of transnational solidarity
- Timothy Seidel