2018

Halima Abu-Haneya/Nahar (Palestinian)
Birzeit University, Social Sciences
Post-Oslo Colonial and Neoliberal Transformations in a Palestinian Refugee Camp in Jerusalem

Meltem Al (Turkish)
McGill University, Architecture
Spaces of capital and ideology: Fundamentalist housing enclaves in Istanbul

Silvina Alonso-Grosso (Argentinian)
Birkbeck, University of London, Law
An Intervened Landscape. Buenos Aires City during the last Military Dictatorship

Tanvi Bhatkal (Indian)
University of Cambridge, Geography
Gendered negotiations of urban space in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region

Marcos Vinicius Lopes Campos (Brazilian)
Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ), Urban and Political Sociology
Slam, politics and the urban contemporary conflict in the peripheries of the city of São Paulo

Ruijie Peng (Chinese)
University of Texas at Austin, Sociology
Rural-Urban Migration and Reproduction of Labour Power in Southwest China

Marwah Vrinda (Indian)
University of Texas at Austin, Sociology
Reproducing the State: Women Community Health Volunteers in North India

2017

Prachi Acharya (Indian)
University of Cambridge, Department of Architecture
Building Code for Resilience?: Building standards knowledge and negotiation in India’s riparian urban-rural networks

Ateeb Ahmed (Pakistani)
University of Minnesota (Twin Cities), Geography, Environment & Society
Between Speculation and Dispossession: Pakistan Military’s Urban Coup d’état.

Alireza Farmahini Farahani (Iranian)
Clark University, Urban/Economic Geography
Learning in development policy and practice: Inequality reduction and regional development in Iran

Wenjing Jiang (Chinese)
Clark University, Geography
Rights to Land, Rights to the City and Rights (Not) to Farm: Politics and Practices in the Transfer of Rural Land Use Rights in China

Pu Niu (Chinese)
University of Sheffield, Town & Regional Planning
Democratic Deliberation in China’s Urban Village Regeneration

Ling Tang (Chinese)
University of Oxford, Oriental Studies/ Contemporary China Studies/ International Gender Studies
The Transformation and Adaptation of Gendered and Sexualized Guanxi in the Digital Age: Female Entrepreneurs in E-commerce Companies in Urban China

Noura Wahby (Egyptian)
University of Cambridge, Development Studies
The Role of the State in Urban Development-­‐‑ The Case of Urban Water Systems in Cairo

2016

Niwaeli Elisante Kimambo (Tanzanian)
University of Wisconsin
My Farm in the Home Village: The Role of Urban Dwellers in Transforming Rural Land Uses in East Africa’s Rift Valley 

Azadeh Hadizadeh Esfahani (Iranian)
Clark University
Neighbourhood as a site of policy and activism: exploring citizenship, belonging, and identity building in Tehran’s neighbourhoods

Renewal of awards from 2015

Ritodhi Chakraborty

Ayse Nal

Mirna Pedalo

Adriana Hurtado-Tarazona

2015

Ritodhi Chakraborty (Indian)
University of Wisconsin
Are mountain youth neutral on a moving train?Impact of migrant youth on constructions of rural vulnerability and climate risk in the Indian Himalayas.

Ayse Nal (Turkish)
University of Washington
Local environmental resistance movements: a comparative case study in Turkey and Indonesia

Mirna Pedalo (Bosnia-Herzegovinian)
Goldsmiths College, University of London
De-secularisation of Urban Space: The Role of Religion in Post-Conflict Bosnia-Herzegovina

Nida Rehman (Pakistani)
University of Cambridge
Urban nature at the margins: more-than-human stories of water development in Lahore

Adriana Hurtado-Tarazona (Colombian)
Universidad de los Andes
Socioeconomic heterogeneity in a planned community: the construction of a social world in Ciudad Verde, Soacha (Colombia)

Yingchan Zhang (Chinese)
Northeastern University, Boston
Tapping the flow: the global circulation of talent and urban development in China

2014

Yueming Zhang (Chinese)
Clark University
From factories to art-themed parks: Urban imaginaries, politics, and subjectivity in China.

Jorge Carlos Derpic Burgos (Bolivian)
University of Texas at Austin
The Anemic Penal State. Lynchings and Modalities of State Presence in El Alto, Bolivia.

Esra Bakkalbasioglu (Turkish)
University of Washington
(Infra)Structuring State-Society Relations: State, Minorities and Infrastructure Projects in the Peripheral Regions.

Prasad Khanolkar (Indian)
University of Toronto
Slums as constellations. 

Ghaleb Attrache (Syrian)
University of California, Berkeley
Neoliberalism, the center, and the rest: geographies of protest in Egypt and Syria.

2013

Jacinto Cuvi Escobar (Ecuadorian)
University of Texas at Austin
Exchanging Power: Politics, Violence, and the Regulation of Street Markets in Latin America.
Article published in Social Problems: The Politics of Field Destruction and the Survival of Sao Paulo’s Street Vendors

Zeynep Ulker Kasli (Turkish)
University of Washington, Seattle
(Re)bordering Territory and Citizenship: “Transit” Migrants, Minorities and “Locals” on the Greek-Turkish borderland.

Javier Ruiz-Tagle (Chilean)
University of Illinois at Chicago
Segregation and Integration in Urban Areas of Demographic Diversity: A Comparative Case-Study of Chicago and Santiago de Chile.

Bruce Githua (Kenyan)
University of the Witwatersrand
Working with Nairobi’s Urban Process: Investigating the Role of the ‘State’ in Nairobi’s Urbanism.

Mónica Isabel Farías (Argentinean)
University of Washington
Mapping Alternative Political Futures: Neighbourhood Assemblies and cross-class alliances in post-crisis Buenos Aires.

2012

Suraya Fazel-Ellahi (South African)
University of Manchester
Water, Power and Desalination Technology: the relational production of water ‘crises’ and ‘fixes’ in the Coastal Towns of the Western Cape.

Dharashree Das (Indian)
Simon Fraser University
Matters of the Womb: Muslim Women’s Narratives of Fertility, Family and the Indian State.

Poulomi Chakrabarti (Indian)
Brown University
One Nation, Many Worlds: what explains the variation in political-economic regimes in India.

Lourdes Marcela López Mares (Mexican)
University of Illinois at Chicago
Understanding the role of urban amenity provision in massive satellite cities: what planning and policy can do to best meet residents’ needs.

Kristen Biehl (Turkish)
University of Oxford
Encounters with “super-diversity”: migration and everyday experiences with difference in a globalizing space of Istanbul.

Shuhua Chen (Chinese)
University of St.Andrews
Making home on the move: an anthropological study of migration in the Chaoshan region in South China.

Simón Uribe (Colombian)
The London School of Economics
The State and the Frontier: a historical ethnography of a road in the Putumayo region of Colombia.

2011

Nur Bahar Sakizlioglu (Turkish)
University of Utrecht
A Comparative Look at Displacement Experiences: The Cases of Amsterdam and Istanbul. 

Joaquin Enrique Carrizosa (Colombian)
University of Kent
Territorial Dialectics: State Formation and Indigenous Visions of the Space in the Colombian Amazon Piedmont.

Sanjeev Routray (Indian)
University of British Colombia
Between Eviction and Existence: Urban Restructuring and the Politics of Poverty in Delhi.

Nikita Kharlamov (Russian)
Clark University
Modeling Sense of Place: Emergence of Meaningful Places in Encountering Environments.

2010

Maria Gonzalez Cardenas (Colombian)
Ecoles des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris
Urban Planning Criticism in the US and its impact in the Latin American Countries during the early Cold War.

Namita Dharia (Indian)
Harvard University
Building Castles in the Air: the construction industry and the development of contemporary urban India.

Sheila Kamunyori (Kenyan)
London School of Economics and Political Science
The Impact of Inclusive Governance and Policymaking on Nairobi’s Informal Economy.

2009

Dharashree Das (Indian)
Simon Fraser University
Matters of the Womb: Muslim Women’s Narratives of Fertility, Family and the Indian State.

Juan Galvis (Colombian)
University of Washington
Reinventing the City: The Governance of Public Space in Bogota.

Faith Ikioda (Nigerian)
University of Sheffield
Communities of Practice, Gender and Urban Market Trading in Lagos, Nigeria.

Nikita Kharlamov (Russian)
Clark University
Modeling Sense of Place: Emergence of Meaningful Places in Encountering Environments.

Moises Lino e Silva (Brazilian)
University of St Andrews
An Anthropology of Freedom in a Brazilian Favela.
See article published in New Geographies 3: Urbanisms of Colour, in 2010

2008

Sanjeev Routray (Indian)
University of British Columbia
Between eviction and existence: urban restructuring and the politics of poverty in Delhi

 

top