2016 winners of the Duckies Awards announced

Last night the Duckie awards, more formally known as the ISA’s Online Media Caucus awards, took place celebrating the greatest online achievements within the field of international relations over the past year.Duck 2016

Sponsored by SAGE Publishing since their launch in 2013, these awards are a great way of recognising and rewarding the impact that blogging, social media and podcasts 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.

And so without further ado the winners are:

Collective Blog

Monkey Cage

Individual Blog

Dart Throwing Chimp– Jay Ulfelder

Post of the Year

Want to help the Islamic State recruit? Treat all Muslims as potential terrorists– by Richard Maas

Twitter Account

Erin Simpson

Adam Elkus

Visual Post

The Atlantic Slave Trade in Two Minutes– Andrew Kahn and Jamelle Bouie

Podcast

Foreign Entanglements-Matthew Duss and Robert Farley

Special Achievement in Online Media

Charli Carpenter

Congratulations to all the winners and runners up this year for their important contributions to international debates and ideas through online mediums. To read more about the awards and see pictures from the event, visit the awards homepage here.

     
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