LGBTQA Caucus Book Award


PO Box 359
Storrs, CTUS

The LGBTQA Caucus awards a Book Prize for the best book published in the preceding two years. The prize recognizes books advancing research on the themes of LGBTQA politics, queer theory, and sexuality in global politics. The LGBTQA Book Prize prioritizes original thought and impact, while also taking into consideration the value of awarding early and mid-career researchers.

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  • First Prize: Plaque

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