Communities of the Converted: Ukrainians and Global Evangelism by
Catherine Wanner is the winner of the Society for the Anthropology of Europe Book Prize; the AAUS Prize for Best Book in the fields of Ukrainian history, politics, language, literature, and culture given by the American Association of Ukrainian Studies; and the Heldt Prize given by the AWSS for the best book by a woman in any area of Slavic/East European/Eurasian Studies. It has also received an Honorable Mention for the Davis Center Prize given by the AAASS.
Laughing Matters: Farce and the Making of Absolutism in France by Sara
Beam is the winner of the Bainton Prize in History given by the Sixteenth
Century Society and Conference.
The House in the Garden: The Bakunin Family and the Romance of Russian
Idealism by John Randolph is the winner of the 2008 Lincoln Prize given by
the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies and has received an Honorable Mention for the Vucinich Prize given by the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies.
What Workers Say: Employee Voice in the Anglo-American Workplace, edited
by Richard B. Freeman, Peter Boxall, and Peter Haynes, has been named as a
Selected References Noteworthy Book in Industrial Relations and Labor
Economics, 2007, Industrial Relations Section, Princeton University
A Common Stage: Theater and Public Life in Medieval Arras by Carol Symes
is the winner of the 2008 David Bevington Award for Best New Book in Early
Drama Studies given by the Medieval and Renaissance Drama Society.
Ethnic Bargaining: The Paradox of Minority Empowerment by Erin K. Jenne
is the winner of the Edgar S. Furniss Book Award given by the Mershon
Center for International Security Studies at The Ohio State University.
Overkill: Sex and Violence in Contemporary Russian Popular Culture by Eliot Borenstein is the winner of the Heldt Prize given by the AWSS for the best book in Slavic/Eastern European/Eurasian women’s studies
Citizenship across Borders: The Political Transnationalism of El Migrante by Michael Peter Smith and Matt Bakker is the winner of the 2008 Outstanding Book Award given by the Global Division of the Society for the Study of Social Problems