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Home / Winner of the 2017 Cultural Studies and Stuart Hall Foundation Award
12th October 2017
Winner of the 2017 Cultural Studies and Stuart Hall Foundation Award
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.
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