Charles Tilly Award for Best Book

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The Charles Tilly Award for Best Book is given by the Collective Behavior and Social Movements section of the American Sociological Association in recognition of a significant contribution to the field.[1] Nominees of the award are regarded as being representative of the "best new books in the field of social movements."[2] The award was established in 1986 and is named after sociologist Charles Tilly.

Recipients[edit]

  • 1988 - John Lofland. Protest: Studies of Collective Behavior and Social Movements.
  • 1990 - Doug McAdam. Freedom Summer.
  • 1990 - Rick Fantasia. Cultures of Solidarity: Consciousness, Action, & Contemporary American Workers
  • 1992 - Sidney Tarrow. Democracy & Disorder: Protest & Politics in Italy, 1965-1975.
  • 1994 - Clark McPhail. The Myth of the Madding Crowd.
  • 1996 - Charles Tilly. Popular Contention in Great Britain: 1754-1837.
  • 1998 - Nicola Beisel. Imperiled Innocents: Anthony Comstock and Family Reproduction in Victorian America.
  • 2000 - Rebecca Klatch. A Generation Divided.
  • 2002 - Jeff Goodwin. No Other Way Out: States and Revoluntionary Movements, 1945-1991.
  • 2002 - Dingxin Zhao. The Power of Tiananmen: State-Society Relations and the 1989 Beijing Student Movement.
  • 2003 - Francesca Polletta. Freedom is an Endless Meeting.
  • 2004 - Myra Marx Ferree, William Anthony Gamson, Jürgen Gerhards, and Dieter Rucht. Shaping Abortion Discourse: Democracy and the Public Sphere in Germany and the United States.
  • 2006 - Gene Burns. The Moral Veto: Framing Contraception, Abortion, and Cultural Pluralism in the United States.
  • 2007 - Francesca Polletta. It Was Like a Fever: Storytelling in Protest and Politics.
  • 2008 - Roger Karapin. Protest Politics in Germany: Movements on the Left and Right Since the 1960s.
  • 2009 - Maren Klawiter. The Biopolitics of Breast Cancer: Changing Cultures of Disease and Activism.
  • 2010 - Javier Auyero and Debora Alejandra Swistun. Flammable: Environmental Suffering in an Argentine Shantytown.
  • 2010 - Nancy Whittier. The Politics of Child Sexual Abuse: Emotion, Social Movements, and the State.
  • 2012 - Drew Halfmann. Doctors and Demonstrators: How Political Institutions Shape Abortion Law in the United States, Britain, and Canada.
  • 2013 - Kathleen Blee. Democracy in the Making: How Activist Groups Form.
  • 2018: Neil Ketchley. Egypt in a Time of Revolution: Contentious Politics and the Arab Spring.
  • 2018: Chris Zepeda-Millan. Latino Mass Mobilization: Immigration, Racialization, and Activism.

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