The Social and Cultural Geography research group committee are happy to announce the winners and runners-up of their 2015 Dissertation Prize Awards (you can read their dissertations by clicking on their respective titles). They are:
Winner: Emma-Mai Eshelby (Leicester). “Gown and town: the unfolding presence of studentification in Clarendon Park, Leicester”
Runner-up: Grace Burchell (Nottingham) “Breeding Frankenstein’s Bulldog: reimagining the Pedigree in Nineteenth Century England”
Runner-up: Amelia Davy (Oxford) “Temporal worldings: an exploration of how time was implicated in the experiences of American Soldiers during the Vietnam War”
We decided to have two runners-up this year, due to the high standard of entries.
The winner receives £100 and both winner and runners-up will receive a one year personal subscription to the Taylor and Francis published journal Social and Cultural Geography. You can find out more information about the annual Dissertation Prize by clicking here.