Twenty APSA awards presented to Press titles
The American Political Science Association (APSA) has recognized 20 Cambridge University Press titles for awards at its 2018 Annual Meeting.
Highlights include Conservative Parties and the Birth of Democracy by Daniel Ziblatt, selected for the Woodrow Wilson Foundation Award, given annually for the best book on government, politics, or international affairs, as well as the European Politics and Society section and Comparative Democratization section Best Book Awards.
Latino Mass Mobilization: Immigration, Racialization, and Activism by Chris Zepeda-Millán was also awarded multiple honors, including the Ralph J. Bunche Award, given for the best scholarly work in political science published in the previous calendar year on ethnic and cultural pluralism, and the Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Best Book Award.
Other winners from Cambridge University Press include:
Foundations of Political Theory First Book Award
Alan Rosenthal Prize
Giovanni Sartori Book Award
William Riker Best Book Award
Robert L Jervis and Paul W Schroeder Best Book Award
Gregory Luebbert Award
Honorable Mention: Who Speaks for the Poor?
Lynton Keith Caldwell Award
George H. Hallet Award
Experimental Research Best Book Award
Richard E. Neustadt Award for Best Book on Executive Politics
Hubert Morken Book Award
Seymour Martin Lipset Best Book Award
Conflict Processes Best Book Award
Honorable Mention: Statements of Resolve