Prize Winners

LSE Gender Prize Winners

Department and faculty prizes in 2022

16 9 ratio-Bubbles_0367

There's been much to celebrate at LSE Gender this year. We're delighted to share details of awards, honourable mentions and nominations that our Department, faculty and PhD researchers have received in 2022:

The LSESU Teaching Awards were announced in May. These awards are designed to allow students to recognise the Departments and members of staff who have made a difference to their time at LSE and say thank you to staff members who have made a positive impact.

We're overjoyed to have been named winner of the LSESU Award for Departmental Excellence.

Jacob Breslow was given the Award for Inclusive Education. You can read his reaction to the news on the LSE Awards site.

Milo Bettocchi was named winner of the Class Teacher Award, while Niharika Pandit was highly commended.

The 2022 British International Studies Association awards and prizes were announced in June. 

Sumi Madhok was awarded The Susan Strange Book Prize for her book: 'Vernacular Rights Cultures: The Politics of Origins, Human Rights and Gendered Struggles for Justice':

Our Visiting Professor Shirin Rai was awarded the Distringuised Contribution Prize.

Hannah Wright was nominated for an honourable mention in relation to the Michael Nicholson Thesis Prize for her PhD thesis: "The Making of Militarism: Gender, Race and Organisational Cultures in UK National Security Policymaking".

You can watch BISA prize-winners reactions and judges remarks on Youtube.

Sumi Madhok is also the winner of the 2022 Sussex International Theory Prize for her book 'Vernacular Rights Cultures: The Politics of Origins, Human Rights and Gendered Struggles for Justice'.

In the prize statement, the Sussex Centre for Advanced International Theory said: "Vernacular Rights Cultures presents an original and powerful intervention in human rights theory and charts new paths for ‘decolonising’ international political thought through an engagement with vernacular rights mobilizations in ‘most of the world’.