Centre for Advanced International Theory (CAIT)


2018 Sussex International Theory Prize

We are very pleased to announce CAIT's 2018 Sussex International Theory Prize Winner. The CAIT Prize Committee decided after a stimulating meeting to award the prize for the first time in CAIT's history to joint winners:

Sean Molly, Kant's International Relations: The Political Theology of Perpetual Peace (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press 2017)


 Catherine Lu, Justice and Reconciliation in World Politics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2017)

It was a real pleasure choosing from a very strong and diverse set of submissions, which further enhances the standing of the Prize in the world of IR and beyond. I would like to thank the CAIT Management Team - Beate Jahn, Louiza Odysseos, Kamran Matin & Akanksha Mehta - for their fantastic work in the prize selection process. 

Both winners will be invited to Sussex in 2019 to deliver the 2018 Sussex International Theory Prize Lectures.


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By: Martin Wingfield
Last updated: Monday, 25 June 2018

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