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We are delighted to announce that the winner of the 2017 Cultural Studies and Stuart Hall Foundation Award for Early Career Researchers is Laura Junka-Aikio’s article, Can the Sámi speak Now? – Deconstructive research ethos and the debate on who is a Sámi in Finland, which is available to read on the Taylor and Francis website.
The award, a collaboration between the Stuart Hall Foundation and the Routledge, Taylor & Francis journal Cultural Studies, seeks to recognise the article by an early career scholar that best captures and/or makes the most significant contribution to cultural studies.
An award of £1000 is being made annually, based on articles published in the preceding year’s journals.
For more information and submission guidelines, please visit the Taylor and Francis website.
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