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Polis PhD Alasia Nuti Wins PSA Elizabeth Wiskermann Dissertation Prize for the Study of Inequality and Social Justice

last modified Apr 27, 2017 04:55 PM

We are very pleased to announce that Polis PhD Alasia Nuti has won the inaugural Political Studies Association Elizabeth Wiskermann Dissertation Prize for the Study of Inequality and Social Justice for her thesis, 'Historical structural injustice: on the normative significance of the unjust past'.

Dr Jude Browne quoted the piece as '... an outstanding thesis. Drawing on a wide and deep reading of relevant literatures, it makes a major contribution to the historical injustice literature and to the literature on gender injustice/ inequality. The research is ambitious in its objectives, meticulously executed as well as being beautifully presented.'

 

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