The winners of the 2016 Dissertation Prize are…

After many deliberations, we are pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Dissertation Prize. They are:


Megan O’Kane, Queens University Belfast

“Geographies of Suicide and the Representation of Self-Sacrifice in Japanese Popular Culture and Media”


Imogen Fox, University of Brighton

“Meltdowns in the mud: A spatial, emotional and relational approach to the experience of ‘care’ in the micro-spatialities of Glastonbury Festival”

The winner receives £100 for the best Undergraduate dissertation while the runner-up and winner both receive a year’s personal subscription to the journal Social and Cultural Geography, published by Taylor & Francis.

Congratulations to both our winners!