The Politics’ Prize Winning Articles are…

The two winners are...

Every year Politics awards the Politics Prize for the best research article published in the journal in the previous year, and the Learning and Teaching Prize every two years for the best Learning and Teaching article published in the previous 2 years.

In 2017, the Politics Prize was won by Terry Hathaway for the article “Lukes Reloaded: An Actor-Centred Three-Dimensional Power Framework“.

In 2016, the Learning and Teaching Prize was won by Lesley J. Pruitt for the article “Reflections on Possibilities and Challenges of Discussing Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) in Role-Play Simulations“.

The 2018 results were announced during the Political Studies AssociationsAnnual Conference, held this year in Cardiff. The winning articles are currently free to access.

The winner of the Politics Prize:

The winner of the Learning and Teaching Prize is:

Congratulations to the winners, and all of the nominees for the Politics Prize and the Learning and Teaching Prize.

The Editors

The Editors

The Editors of Politics.

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