2013 Awards

Scholarly, trade and regional book awards given to University of Minnesota Press books in 2013.

Listed in alphabetical order according to award:

 

American Scociety for Theatre Research – Errol Hill Award – Imperfect Unions

 

American Sociological Association – Oliver Cromwell Cox Award – Driven from New Orleans

 

Arizona State University – Transdisciplinary Humanities Book Award – Surface Encounters

 

Cultural and Political Ecology Specialty Group of the AAG – James Blaut Award – Swamplife

 

Eastern Sociological Society – Mirra Komarovsky Book Award – Body and Soul

 

Historians of British Art – Best Book on British art after 1800 – First Panoramas

 

Institute for Humanities Research – Transdisciplinary Humanities Book Award – Surface Encounters

 

International Studies Association – International Political Scociology Book Award – Speculative Security

 

Latino American Studies Association – Latino Studies Section Book Award – Dissonant Divas in Chicana Music – Honorable Mention

 

Latino Literacy Now – Best Arts Book (English) – Rafael Ferrer

 

Macmillan Center – International Book Prize – Saigon’s Edge

 

Michigan Notable Book – November’s Fury

 

Minnesota Book Awards – Memoir & Creative Nonfiction – Turn Here Sweet Corn

 

Modern Language Association – William Saunders Scarborough Prize – Charisma and the Fictions of Black Leadership

 

National Conference of Black Political Scientists’ – DuBois Best Book Award – Stare in the Darkness

 

North Eastern Minnesota Book Awards – Children’s Literature – Frozen – Honorable Mention

 

North Eastern Minnesota Book Awards – General Nonfiction – Hawk Ridge

 

Society of Architectural Historians – Spiro Kostof Book Award for Architecture and Urbanism – Mediterranian Crossroads

 

Society for Medical Anthropology – New Millennium Book Award – Slumbering Masses

 

Turkish Studies Association – M.F. Köprülü Prize – Ottoman Izmir

 

Woody Guthrie Award for Outstanding Book on Popular Music – Out of the Vinyl Deeps

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