Sponsored by SAGE since their launch in 2013, these awards go a great way to recognising and awarding the impact that blogging has on both academic debate and the scholarly community. Supporting and enabling debates around public policy and the social sciences is a core part of our remit at SAGE, and we were incredibly pleased to be able to support such an incredible event.
This year’s awards saw record number of voters further highlighting the widespread global conversations that these awards have spared. SO without further ado, the winners are….
Best Blog (Individual)
Best Blog (Group)
Best New Blogger
Best Blog Post
- Winner: Erica Chenoweth, “Nonviolent Conflicts in 2014 That You May Have Missed Because They Were Nonviolent,”at Political Violence at a Glance
- Runner up: Laura Seay and Kim Yi Dionne, “The Long and Ugly Tradition of Treating Africa as a Dirty, Diseased Place,”at The Monkey Cage
Dan Nexon, founding editor of the Duck of Minerva blog and eminent blogger was also awarded with a Special Achievement Award for his outstanding contribution to the blogging profession.
We extend our congratulations to all winners and runners up, a great achievement and evening. To read more about the awards and see pictures from the event, visit the awards homepage here.