Section on Marxist Sociology Awards Recipients

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Albert Szymanski-T.R. Young-Critical Sociology Marxist Sociology Graduate Student Paper Award
This award was established in 1990.

Year

Name

Affiliation

Title

2014

Efe Can Gürcan, and Efe Peker Simon Fraser University

“A Class Analytic Approach to the Gezi Park Protests: Challenging the Myth of ‘Middle Classes.’”

2013 Co-Winner

Alexander M. Stoner  

“Sociobiophysicality and the Necessity of Critical Theory: Moving beyond Prevailing Conceptions of Environmental Sociology in the USA”

2013 Co-Winner

C. S. Elliot  

“Actors or Puppets? Computer Control in a Product Distribution Facility”

2012

Levien Michael University of California-Berkeley

“The Politics of Dispossession: Theorizing India’s ‘Land Wars’”  

2010

Varry Eidlin

UC Berkeley

“Upon this (foundering) rock: Minneapolis Teamsters and the transformation of US business Unionism, 1934-1941”

2009

Eric Bonds

University of Colorado

“Explaining Militarized Environmental Harm.”  

2008

Brian J. Gareau,

University of California - Santa Cruz

"Dangerous Holes in Global Environmental Governance: The Roles of Neoliberal Discourse, Science, and California Agriculture in the Montreal Protocol." (Dissertation)

2007

Matt Vidal,

UCLA

"Manufacturing Empowerment? 'Employee Involvement' in the Labour Force after Fordism."

2006

Philip Mancus,

University of Oregon

 

2004

Rita Padawangi

Loyola University Chicago

"The Transnational Capitalist Class in Indonesia"

2003

Elizabeth Campbell

SUNY Binghamton

"Social Theory and the Environment"

2002

Jason Moore

University of California, Berkeley

“Modern World Systems of Environmental History”

2001

Andrew W. Jones

University of Vermont

“Caring Labor and Class Consciousness”

2000

Paul Paolucci

 

“Questions of Method: Fundamental Problems of Reading Dialectical Methodologies”

1997

Ed Collom

University of California-Riverside

“Race, Class, and Gender: The Bases of Socialist Beliefs in America”

1996

Michelle Adato

Cornell University

"Democratic Process, Mediated Models, and the Reconstitution of Meaning in Democratic Organizations: Trade Union Cooperatives in South Africa"

1995

Domenick Ciaccia

Olga Geling

Brooklyn College

University of Illinois

“The Impact of the Global Economic System on Latin America and the Caribbean:  Post Cold War Structural Adjustment and the Violations of International Treaties”

“Asiatic Mode of Production:  Its Yesterday and Tomorrow”

1994

Wilma A. Dunaway

University of Tennessee

"The Disremembered of the Ante-Bellum South: A New Look at the Invisible Labor of Poor Women"

1991

Douglas J. Wiese

University of Colorado-Boulder

"Capitalist Semi-Periphery or a Socialist World System?"

1990

Chris Toulouse

Columbia University

 
 

Marxist Sociology Section's Paul Sweezy Outstanding Book Award
 

Year

Name

Affiliation

Title

2014 Co-Winner

John Arena College of Staten Island

Driven from New Orleans: How Nonprofits Betray Public Housing and Promote Privatization (University of Minnesota Press, 2012).

2014 Co-Winner

Brent Z. Kaup College of William & Mary

Market Justice: Political Economic Struggle in Bolivia (Cambridge University Press, 2012).

2013

Charles Post  

The American Road to Capitalism: Studies in Class-Structure, Economic Development and Political Conflict, 1620-1877(Brill, 2011)

2012

David McNally York University 2010. Global Slump: The Economics and Politics of Crisis and Resistance. PM Press.

2010

Roderick D. Bush

St. John’s University

The End of White World Supremacy: Black Internationalism and the Problem of the Color Line. (Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press 2009).

2009

Paul Paolucci

Eastern Kentucky University

Marx's Scientific Dialectics: A Methodological Treatise for a New Century (Studies in Critical Social Sciences) (Haymarket Books)

2008

Geoff Mann

Simon Fraser University

Our Daily Bread: Wages, Workers, and the Political Economy of the American West

2007

Corey Dolgon

Worcester State Colelge

The end of the Hamptons: Scenes from Class Struggle in America’s Paradise

2006

John Foran

University of California – Santa Barbara

Taking Power: on the Origins of Third World Revolutions

2004

Barbara H. Chasin

Montclair State University

Inequality and Violence in the United States: Casualties of Capitalism

2003

Ellen Israel Rosen

William G. Staples and Clifford L. Staples

Brandeis University

University of Kansas

Making Sweatshops: The Globalization of the U.S. Apparel Industry

Power, Profits, and Patriarchy: The Social Organization of Work at a British Metal Trades Firm, 1791-1922

2002

Kenneth Nuebeck

University of Connecticut

Welfare Racism: Playing the Race Card Against America’s Poor

2001

Edna Bonacich and

Richard Appelbaum

University of California, Riverside

University of California, Santa Barbara

Behind the Label: Inequality in the Los Angeles Apparel Industry

2000

John Bellamy Foster

University of Oregon

Marx’s Ecology: Materialism and Nature

2000 Co.

Sean Sayers

University of Kent

Marxism and Human Nature

2000 Co.

Martin Oppenheimer

Princeton University

The State In Modern Society



Marxist Sociology Section's Career Distinguished Service Award

 

Year

Name

Affiliation

2014

Roderick Bush

St. Johns University

2013

Dorothy E. Smith

 

2012

Berch Berberoglu University of Nevada- Reno

2010

Walda Katz-Fishman

Howard University

2009

Edna Bonacich

University of California - Riverside

2008

Stanley Aronowitz

CUNY Graduate Center

2007

Marty Oppenheimer

Tufts University

2006

Immanuel Wallerstein

Yale University

2004

Martha E. Gimenez

T. R. Young

University of Colorado

Red Feather Institute (1928-2004)

2003

Robert W. Newby

Central Michigan University

2002

James Petres

James Geschwender

State University of New York, Binghamton

2001

John Horton

University of California, Los Angeles

2000

Albert Szymanski and Larry Reynolds

Central Michigan University



Marxist Sociology Section's T.R. Young Award
 

Year

Name

Affiliation

2002

Deborah L. Rapuano

Loyola University of Chicago

Marxist Sociology Section's Distinguished Scholarship Award

Year

Name

Affiliation

Other

1998

Stephanie Shanks-Meile &

Betty Dobratz

Talmadge Wrigth

Indiana University

Iowa State University

Loyola University-Chicago

White Power, White Pride! The White Separatist Movement in the United States

Out of Place: Homeless Mobilization, Subcities, and Contested Landscapes

1996

Robert W. Hadden

St. Mary's University, Nova Scotia

On the Shoulders of Merchants: Exchange and the Mathematical Conception of Nature in Early Modern Europe

1995

Martin J. Murray

SUNY-Binghamton

The Revolution Deferred:  The Painful Birth of Postapartheid South Africa

1994

Patrick McGuire

Donald McQuarie

University of Toledo

From the Left Bank to the Mainstream: Historical Debates & Contemporary Research in Marxist Sociology

1993

Berch Berberoglu

University of Nevada-Reno

The Legacy of Empire: Economic Decline & Class Polarization in the United States

1991

Peter Knapp and

Alan J. Spector

 

Crisis & Change: Basic Questions of Marxist Sociology