3QD's Politics and Social Science Prize, 2011
Three of the nine finalists for 3 Quarks Daily's Politics and Social Science Prize: 2011 are of particular interest to historians:
Ruchira, "The mideast uprisings: a lesson for strong men, mad men and counterfactual historians," Accidental Blogger, 23 February.
Corey Robin, "Revolutionaries of the Right: The Deep Roots of Conservative Radicalism," Corey Robin, 27 September.
Andrew Hartman, "‘When the Zulus Produce a Tolstoy We Will Read Him': Charles Taylor and the Politics of Recognition," U. S. Intellectual History, 2 June.
1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners of the competition will be decided by its judge, Stephen M. Walt.
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