Celebrating the Winners of the Étienne Balibar Prize in Cultural and Political Thought

October 12, 2023 – Achievements

We would like to celebrate the winners of the inaugural Étienne Balibar Prize in Cultural and Political Thought.

To do so, the following professors will be presenting the award:

Madeleine Dobie, Professor of French and ICLS- announcement of the Balibar undergraduate and graduate student prizes

Anupama Rao. Professor History and MESAAS, Director ICLS: Introductions, Moderator

THE 2022-2023 WINNERS

Peter Chen (PhD candidate in EALAC/ICLS)
“The Logic of Race in Late Qing China: Revisiting Zhang Taiyan’s minzu zhuyi”

Sybil Fu (CC’23, Comparative Literature and Society)
“Bleeding Borders and Severed Roots: Abjected Bodies and Subjecthood in Migrant Art”

Amir Mohammad Izadpanahi (PhD candidate in MEESAS/ICLS)
“Global ‘Woman, Life, Freedom’”

Thalia Von Moltke (CC’23, Comparative Literature and Society)
“Razed Stakes: Spectacular Images of Housing-Block Demolitions and their Narrative Remains”

We hope you consider submitting an essay for the prize this year (or recommending this contest to your outstanding ICLS or French students)! Submission deadline is May 30, see link above for details

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